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THEREFORE, WE, 



THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1961, 



DEDICATE THIS YEARBOOK TO 



In the recesses of the inind a 
seed of an idea germinates. 
Nourished by Man''s miagination 
it flourishes and burgeons forth 
as a vision of the future— a dream 
gnawing to be fulfilled— the stuff 
of which empires are built; that 
which deposes monarchs, wreaks 
holocausts, and impels the steady 
drive of progress. As certain 
ethereal images lifted Man from 
the dust whence he came and 
raised him to be king of all the 
world second only to G-d who 
did create him, so does the reali- 
zation of others, return him to 
his place of origin. 

We dream with the fervent 
hope and belief, that only youth 
can possess, that our dreams shall 
be realities and a better world 
wrotight through them. 



THE 



DREAMS 



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THAT FIRE MEN'S HEARTS 



TO BUILD, TO MAKE, TO DO, 



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TO SING AND SAY. 



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THEME 

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

THE AAOLDERS OF OUR DREAMS 

GRADUATES 

AWARDS 

SING 

KALEIDOSCOPE 

ACTIVITIES 

LITERATURE 

AN INVITATION 

ADS 

TO THE FUTURE 

DIRECTORY 




THE MOLDERS 



OF OUR DREAMS 




Rabbi Charles Friedman 
Principal 



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Dr. Isaac Lewin 
Hebrew Principal 



Dr. Shelley Saphire 
Supervising Principal 





Dr. Samuel Belkin 

President 
Yeshiva University 



Mr. Samuel Levine 
Director 




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Mr. Linick 



Mrs. Klein 
Mr. Hoffman 



Mr. W^einstein 




Rabbi Dardac 
Dr. Lichtenstein 



Rabbi Rubel 
Rabbi Berenholz 




Mr. Kamber 



Rabbi Rosenmund 
Mrs. Bitton 



Rabbi Perlman 




Ami they never scream . . . 






Without rousing a dream. 



Mr. Gendler 



Dr. Applebaum 



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Miss A. Epstein 



Mr. Annenberfj 



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Social studies 




Mr. Kussin 



Rabbi Sodden 



Air. Lapidus 




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Mrs. Green 
Physical Education 




Mrs. Halpern 
Secretary 



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. . . Of demons who are dreaming. 




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And we are the dreamers of dreams; 
Yet we are the movers and shakers 
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Greenfield 


59 Sachs 


4 Bertiger 


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Grossman 


60 Savitsky 


5 Broyde 


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Katz 


61 Schaffer 


6 Bresler 


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Klempner 


62 Self 


7 Burstein 


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Kramer 


63 Zelinger 


8 Caplow 


36 Krieger 


64 Stern 


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38 Hershcopf 


66 Warshaw 


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12 Gellis 


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13 Engelsrath 


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Lundner 


69 Shapiro 


14 Tisser 


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Meskin 


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15 Felman 


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Mezei 


71 Taft 


16 Fuchs 


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Monderer 


72 Zwiebel 


17 Fisch 


45 


Minchenberg 


73 Verschleiser 


18 Friedler 


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Mark 


74 Zeisel 


19 Geisler 


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Morgenstern 


75 Siegal 


20 Gershkowitz 


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Obermeister 


76 Klein 


21 Gottesfeld 


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Lieber 


77 Wurtzel 


22 Ginsburg 


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Prero 


78 Shangold 


23 Gold 


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Nelson 


79 Weinreb 


24 Goldberg 


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Rosenthal 


80 Speiser 


25 Goldstein (L.) 


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81 Bleifeld 


26 Goldstein (S.) 


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28 Gabel 


56 Rosenberg 






SIVIA ESTHER ADAMS 

A whirlwind of thought, a master of speech, a 

fount ain of vivacity. 
Sparkling Appeal ... do gentlemen prefer 
blondes? . . . Sivie tried it as Huck Finn but 
switched back to black . . . not only acts but 
teaches others how to, too . . . defends us in de- 
bating . . . expert at the word game . . . one of 
the sixtette . . . "A-Dam"e we really love. 



// dreams came true dear 



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CHAVY TOVA BARON 

Barren of malice, baroness of generosity. 
Cool Bowler . . . toiled, raffled . . . and all for a 
good Elchanette . . . her excuse for lateness? 
. . . Bronxitis . . . Halpern's happy helper . . . 
Perlman's loyal laborer ... a sunny past . . . 
a star filled future. 





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DEBBY BEEBER 

Unyielding conscience is the voice of steadfast 

faith. 
Devout Bas-Toi-ah ... the heart and head of 
Hebrew Debating . . . Keeps us in good candy- 
kosher too . . . gemorrah with a nigun . . . from 
Williamsburg to Boro Park ... a foxy coat that 
couldn't hide her honesty. 



BEVERLY BERTIGER 

Her knoioledge is tivo-fold worth, for serenity 

doth lightly guide it. 
Brainy Banter ... Be is from N. J. . . . one of 
Annenberg's favorites . . . slams a mean volley- 
ball ... a latin lover . . . hairdo's inspired by 
Vogue . . . friends inspired by her. 





. . Vd dream you happiness. 



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JOANNA GAIL BLEIFELD 

A spirit quick and bright with something of 

impish delight. 
Jenuine Bubie . . . "Miss Aleph Class" . . . 
always plays character parts . . . maybe because 
of her great character . . . made the debating 
team and still talking . . . her heart is ten feet 
tall . . . and growing, growing, gone. 



NINA BRESLER 

A learned man has always enough in himself. 
Never Boastful . . . devout Bnei Akivanick . . . 
shevet comes first, last, and in between ... al- 
ways dancing ... or crocheting ... or walking 
in the rain . . . that can't dampen her disposition. 




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SARA RIFKA BROYDE 

To count her friends is the task of a lifetime. 
Saucy Bubbler . . . refreshing and she is mild 
. . . her humour appreciated by all but teachers 
... a Boro Parker . . . plague of Hoffman's 
class . . . the one and only Srif . . . always 
bataamt. 



All that we see or seem 



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ALICE MARCIA BURSTEIN 

She loves da?icing well who dances soulfully. 
Ain't Berfect . . . but pretty near it . . . talented 
kid . . . like different man . . . swung the scenes 
for sings . . . mercenary mitten and myarmulka 
maker . . . books, books, and more books . . . 
B. A. nick . . . take me to your cheering leader 
. . . will follow her own path to success. 




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PAULA CAPLOW 

Still waters nin deep. 

Perfectly Calm . . . from the Bnei Akiva . . . 
loses herself in the world of books . . . won 
Bassell in the world of acting ... all the way 
from Crown Heights . . . always dreaming . . . 
we hope they come true. 



VB'yoa mx notj" ncxo did px 

GLORIA M. COHEN 

Nothing is so popular as kind?iess. 
Great Character . . . long live Bnei Akiva! . . . 
soon to be our representative in Aretz . . . Songs 
from the staircase . . . imagination galore . . . 
everyone's friend ... a real treat to know her. 





Is but a dream ivithin a dream. 



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DEBORAH SHEILA DORF 

Skill and confidence are an unconquerable army. 
Devoted Dancer . . . ardent Bnei Akivanick . . . 
Pesach is her favorite holiday . . . mads friends 
with the Barber and looks the better . . . worked 
up through the ranks, not from A to Z, but from 
C to A . . . She'll surely keep rising. 



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EDYTHE SUZANNE DUBROW 

The most manifest signs of her wisdom are her 

apt silences. 
Easy Disposition ... a Connecticut Yankee in 
Rabbi Friedman's institution . . . found a "New 
Haven" in Boro Park ... she came a little late 
and leaves a little early ... a Yale fan with an 
ulterior motive . ^ .the motif of happiness is 
assured. 





REGINA ELBINGER 

Her depth of soul embraces understanding, com- 
passion, sincerity. Her genius ejnbraces all. 
Reveals Excellence . . . the spark that kindles 
the Flame . . . dynamic sense of humor . . . our 
best math trick . . . very sympathetic (striker) . . . 
Going MIT Debby . . . teachers' delight, but 
only during tests . . . one of the upper class . . . 
she's born to reach the heights. 



For a dreamer lives forever 



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EDNA ENGELSRATH 

Profound sincerity is the only basis of character. 
Ever Earnest ... a subway sufferer, and all for 
Central . . . was it worth it? . . . for us it was 
. . . lucky boss who gets Edna for a secretary 
. . . Alashal's pride and joy . . . endeared herself 
to us all. 






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A/IIRIAA4 H. FEED 

To be born with the gift of laughter is to possess 

a wealth of friends. 
Manufacturers Fun . . . one of the "higher ups" 
of the basketball bunch . . . put her circus in- 
stincts to good use as Billy Bigelow in our 
Carousel . . . Chock Full o'Nutty jokes . . . 
we Savor(in) her friendly . . . very "baton"t. 



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SHEVI B. FELMAN 

Modesty, that low sweet root, from which her 

heavenly virtues shoot. 
Scholarly Friend ... a real "classical" girl . . - 
led the music club of that name . . . unassuming 
and unobstrusive, but plenty to be conceited 
about . . . we're "Shevi"ng naches from her. 





And a toiler dies in a day. 



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SHIRLEY FINK 

She is never mindjiil of those wrongs done her; 

hence they are very few. 
Successful Foreigner . . . from Pennsylvia . . . 
proceeds slowly but Shirley ... and gets places 
quickly . . . math brain . . . and history brain 
. . . and everytiiing else brain . . . not a stool- 
pigeon but a real good chick. 



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FREYDA FISCH 

Too great for haste, too high for rivalry. 
Frequently Farshlufent ... a super wide awake 
I.Q. camouflaged by a tranquilizing snore . . . 
a Fischy but Freylach sense of humor . . . 
the cause of many a debating victory and many 
a teacher's heartburn . . . she's frankly the 
finest, frumest, fantabulest . . . free lanced for 
ELCHANETTE . . . enhanced "Carousel" . . . 
Lawsy, how she pranced through "Huck Finn" 
. . . and entranced her way into our hearts. 





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RACHEL S. FREEMAN 

Her virttie led, and glory followed as if it were 

her shadow. 
Rndiates Finesse . . . our Madame Prez . . . but 
still one of the girls . . . even visits us in class 
sometimes . . . terrific at arranging and Charlie 
is no obstacle . . . enduring endearing charm 
. . . knows where she's going and will get there 
quickly. 



Whither is fled the visionary gleam? 



HARRIET SUSAN FRIEDLER 

Her beauty by the heavens sent, to be a lifetimes' 

ornament. 
Hexiting Flavor . . . sugar and spice and spice 
and spice . . . Perlman's "chopped liver" girl 
. . . we call her Buzshy for some strange reason 
. . . "co-op"erative . . . one of the sixtette . . . 
"volunteers" for everything and may she so 
continue. 





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JUDY FRIEDMAN 

It is the nature of a great mind to be calm and 

undisturbed. 
Jenerally Filosofical . . . every week from the 
"Heights " to the depths . . . but she helped 
bring Central up . . . impeccable manners and 
mannerisms ... all the "Times" she's doing cross- 
word puzzles . . . justice is her standard and 
she ranks pretty high. 



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MIRIAM JUDITH FUCHS 

Courage is that virtue lihich chafftpions the 

cause of right. 
Much Friendliness . . . headed the charity drive 
. . . drove us all to contribute . . . always getting 
into ticklish situations . . . Gutchy, Gutchy, Goo! 
. . . ready with a run-down on the recent . . . 
Frumkeit and gutskeit all over. 





. . . Where is it now, the glory and the 
dream? 



.Di^B' nano ,npis naio 



ANN MIRIAM GABEL 
Compassion never remains alo7ie; 
It always attracts scores of friends. 
Always Game . . . and ready with a joke . . . 
enlivens every class . . . one of the regular 
Crown Heightsers . . . she keeps her pocket book 
ready for a rainy day . . . but brings sunshine 
wherever she goes. 



MARIL\TSf GEISLER 

The ideal of poise, grace and chann. 
Majestic Gem . . . manages everything well 
. . . including the debating team ... a smart 
s\\^eater girl ... a rarity . . . saving factor for 
Hebrew Ed. of Flame . . . brightens every day 
with her sunny hair and sparkling personality. 





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SANDRA GELLIS 

As fairest gardens are her looks; 
Her mind as clear as sparkling brooks. 
Strikingly Glamorous . . . she's simply enchant- 
ing ... an xylophone player? . .. chas ve 
"Chalil"a . . . equally convincing in both Eng- 
lish and Hebrew debating ... a "type" A editor 
for the ELCHANETTE . . . she'll have no 
trouble as a criminologist . . . they'll all come 
running . . . and we don't blame them. 



Lije is a dream, they tell 



LINDA IRIS GERSHKOWITZ 

The heavens such graces did lend her that she 

might admired be. 
Lastingly Genteel ... as pretty as her name in 
Spanish . . . lucky patients who get nurse "Gersh" 
. . . always keeps her "witz" about her . . . her 
"aunt"-ics made us love her. 





l^B- •\'?m -{?^ i^tr 

MARILYN BEA GINSBERG 

Style is to the wearer as petals are to the flower. 
Model's Gifts . . . Madame De Farge . . . knit 
her way through High School . . . "Made-Up" 
of good stuff . . . be-wishing eyes . . . graced 
the office with her presence ... we predict a 
meriy future. 



PHYLLIS GINSBURG 

A smile is a curve which can straighten many a 

problem. 
Pleasant Gabber . . . she's Phyll of fun . . . our 
quietest quipper . . . ever eating . . . never gain- 
ing ... she loves life ... the reason we love her 
. . . eyes that slant up . . . and so will her path 
in life. 





Waking, to die. 



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SONDRA GOLD 

A merry heart makes jar ready wit. 
Spice Galore . . . five feet nuthin of pure action 
... has a "Gold"en arm in basketball . . . 
keeps her club members in a twirl . . . she 
"picture"d a good yearbook ... a half pint pack- 
age that explodes ... hot pepper on the draw 
... a sharpshooter who hits home . . . worthy 
of her name. 



.I'? noB'^ D^rir -iis<D 

HARRIET LEA GOLDBERG 

Private sincerity is a public welfare. 
How Grand . . . always ready with a helping 
hand ... one of Jersey's Jim-Dandy exports . . . 
a class A girl in every imaginable way . . . 
showed fine marksmanship in Lapidus' class . . . 
o-ets the mark of approval from us all. 





LAURIE SUE GOLDSTEIN 

T'is not alone her talent for words but her wit 

that makes her a writer. 
Lively Gregarian . . . Monsey's many-talented 
miss . . . not an imitation . . . but a darn good 
imitator . . . the staff the Flame leans on . . . 
the laugh that shook the walls . . . one of 
the sixtette . . . adds her shine to everything. 



In solitude we dream alone 



SUSAN GOLDSTEIN 

She is magnanimous and attracks to her side; 
She is gracious, hence gets along with all. 
Smart Glothing . . . Gotteshman's favorite . . . 
fainted gracefully in Huck Finn . . . boosted 
gracefully at games . . . quipped gracefully in 
class . . . flipped gracefully in free periods . . . 
pretty graceful . . . one of the sixtette . . . 
glows with good spirits. 





.ninin nx nanix ,01?:^" naini di^k' nnmx 

RENEE GOLOA'IBECK 

Loved because she'll do and say, the nicest thing 

in the nicest way. 
Regal Grace . . . guards us from losses ... in 
basketball and out . . . managed the team when 
we were lowly sophs . . . Flash! . . . another 
picture for the yearbook . . . amazingly, blaz- 
ingly sweet . . . her charm and character con- 
quered all. 



.Dvv? tonoi ti'BJ^ Pino ,nv2 nos B'm fiiv 

CHAYA RACHELLE GOODMAN 

A good person develops the virtties in others, 

not their vices. 
Cheerily Glows . . . Perlman's "Golden De- 
licious" Girl ... for a change we agree with 
him . . . like real "Good-man" ... a miss with 
the most . . . the Heights will always be her 
natural habitat. 





. . In company, ive agree to dream in 
concert. 



.nno n^apD nj^'xe' im -iias 



HEDY GOTTESFELD 

The great mind knows the power of cheerfidness. 
Happy Go-lucky ... we missed her in our 
Freshman year . . . backbone of the shevet . . . 
brain of the history class . . . right arm of Rabbi 
Rosenmund . . . nosy, newsy editor of the Flame 
. . . Aliya is her aim . . . she'll go up in everything. 



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JUDITH GREENFIELD 

The very toil of writing gives her pleasure; 
And the finished work glows with the writers 

heart. 
Jenerous Gal . . . French, Hebrew, and English 
... all with the proper accent . . . her com- 
positions are the pride and joy of Rabbi Dardac 
... we all like her anyway ... her first name 
may be common, but she's pretty special. 




.npnvo Dnon ni^in: n^nj 

JUDITH BARBARA GROSSMAN 

Smiling always with a never jailing serenity of 

countenance. 
Jolly Good . . . entered the class as a soph . . . 
but we feel we know her all our lives . . . 
Japanese for Bassell ... an eyeful of oriental 
charm . . . has a special sparkle . . . and laugh 
. . . one of the physics girls . . . "Gross"ed many 
friends. 



Dreaming of a time less far. 



CAROL HERSCHKOPF 

When one corner of a subject is mentioned 

she deduces therefroin the other three. 
Clever Historian ... has a real Jewish heart 
and doesn't hide it . . . puts every history teacher 
to shame . . . our "Betty Crocker" . . . knows 
her Chumash . . . practices what she learns . . . 
crosses words right . . . sweet and good like a 
"Hersch"y bar. 





TOBY HILSENRAD 

A cheerfid spirit joined with innocence makes 
her beauty attractive, her knowledge delightful, 

and her wit good-natured. 
The Happiest ... a breath of fresh air in our 
stuffy classrooms . . . stupendous cheerleader 
. . . filled from head to toe with exuberance 
and laughter . . . propped up scenery in "Huck 
Finn" . . . one of the triumvirate . . . will ascend 
above all "Hils" . . . 



MIRIAM F. KATZ 

Fiery hair like sunlight streaming 
Crowns her face forever dreaming. 
Modestly Knowing . . . Mimi is mild as a May 
morning . . . and just as lovely . . . one of the 
subway sleepers ... a real "Ketzeleh" . . . and 
definitely not for the dogs . . . red is her face's 
favorite color . . . and she's one of our favorite 
girls. 





Dreaming of a day less dim 



JUDY KLEIN 

For lovely is her face yet lovelier is her soul. 
Jestfully kandid . . . Bartons, but still she's . . . 
wow! . . . just peachy! . . . and creamy com- 
plexion . . . came up with some dillies in class . . . 
kept the teachers jumping . . . and us enjoying 
... a jewel of a lass ... a treasure of a cheer- 
leader ... a pearl of a girl. 



NETTIE KLEA4PNER 

From the crown of her head to the soles of her 

feet she is all inirth. 
Nutty kid . . . but real terrific . . . Hke a bulb 
she lit our darkest days with her electric per- 
sonaUty . . . co-founder of K and K . . . her 
laugh announces her coming . . . the size of a 
sprite . . . but loaded with spirit . . . sure to 
"Net" a fine catch. 





JUDITH ELLEN KRAMER 

Responsibilities gravitate to the person who can 
shoulder thenj ,and power flows to the one who 

knows how. 
Jingles Koins . . . trying to meet our quota . . . 
real collector ... of friends . . . co-partner of 
K and K . . . more Kandid than the Kamera . . . 
Treasurer in action! . . . munificent mischief 
maker . . . may her life be far richer than this 
Elchanette she managed. 



Climb every mountain 
Cross every stream . . 



BARBARA LIEBMAN 

Perspicacity is the key to success 




.n'':a ^v Pins nai 

FLORENCE JUDITH KRIEGER 

A successjid person is one who rises to a high 
L position by her own merit. l 

"Flo"ing kindness ... as head of service squad 
she made a clean sweep . . . better than Metre- 
cal for dieters with her "no more then three 
items" sign ... a Kussin Kwipper . . . one 
of the sixtette . . . will have many more "Marv"- 
elous daze. 



MIRIA.M LAXDES.MAN 

The purity of her soul, mirrored in the loveliness 

of her voice, renders her unforgettable. 
Much loveliness . . . compressed into a pint- 
sized package . . . worked her fingers, and charm- 
ed us to the bone in "Huck Finn" . . . brilliant 
president of Arista, and Hebrew Editor of Flame 
. . . thrilling voice of Miriam . . . from the 
"Land"s of AIcKeesport ... a vibrant pixie. 





. . . Follow every rainbow 
Until you find your dream. 



.mxn ID 1^ nixani n'Civ^ nijon x'n-j' nr 

BINA LE\^OVITZ 

The music that can deepest reach and cure all 

ill is thoughtftd speech. 
Bery Laibedik . . . our Hebrew composition 
ghost writer ... a sabra . . . but sweet all the 
way through . . . one of the star stair singers 
... a "Lev-ov-vitch" ve are proud. 





CHAVA E. LIEBER 

When ideals are true and beliefs strong, 
TheiJ friends are many. 

Certainly Likeable . . . Perlman's book-room girl 
. . . everyone's typist . . . good accompaniment 
during assemblies . . . good company any time 
. . . the minutes tick by and she's hour best 
secretary . . . we very much "Lieb-her." 



/f your heart is in your dream 



MIRIAM LUNDNER 

She who binds her soul to knowledge 

Steals the key of heaven. 

Matchless Lassie . . . one of the few who 

"sten"ded it for two years . . . Frenched it for 

four . . . "Arista"cratic . . . plastered this place 

with her pretty posters . . . pretty as a picture 

herself. 





.nnni ,nvn ,njn ,n^':i 

SYLVIA MARK 

Rare compound of frolic and fun. 
Relishes a joke and. rejoices in a pun. 
So Merry . . . and mischievous . . . and "Zippy" 
. . . we finally had her Crown Heights weekend 
. . . her Sonny disposition won her many friends 
. . . and will continue to do so . . . happily left 
her Aiark on all of us . . . she'll soar hke a 
bird to success. 



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SHARYN iVIESKIN 

Who speaketh kind words hath many friends. 
Sweet Magic . . . never a Mes . . . Kin hold her 
own any time . . . always Sharyn what she has 
. . . Boosts everyone's ego . . . but her own never 
o-ets out of hand ... a friend we're all proud of. 





No request is too extreme. 



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EVA A'lEZI 

The power of thought— the magic of mind. 
Eager Mind . . . never a cross word . . . but 
wordy with puzzles . . . one of the "offic-ials" 
. . . Eva' lovin' . . . neva shovin' . . . keeps up 
with the current . . . boned up on the past . . . 
master at math . . . and at making lasting friend- 
ships. 



JUDITH MINCHENBERG 

Elegant as simplicity and warm as ecstasy. 
Just Marvelous . . . gleaming hair, there, and 
everywhere . . . lovely to look at ... a striking 
cheerleader . . . one of the triumvirate . . . 
New Jersey should be proud . . . Minchen 
judyberg or Bergy judenminch, she's a classy 
classmate ... the ginchiest. 





PHYLLIS MONDERER 

Her honour, like viagnets, attracting all. 
Her friendship like iron, imyielding. 
Progressive Manner ... a sweet voice that en- 
trances its listeners . . . our ambassador to foreign 
countries . . . with a souvenir from each . . . 
a Like Wow girl . . . may her future be as 
merry as the jokes she amused us with . . . and 
as pleasant as her personality. 



Yet after flesh, and steel, and stone are 
gone . . . 



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SARAH AIORGENSTERN 

T'is her thinking of others that viakes yon think 

of her. 
Sincerity Mastered . . . and modesty meant . . . 
almost ah\ays with a smile ... if not a smile 
a giggle . . . laudible loyalty . . . most un-self- 
centered one we know ... the advantage of a 
bad handwriting— it covers all her spelling mis- 
takes ... a feeling heart that encompasses all. 





.nn' VQnn B'yni D^ntj'En idv nt^ni 

MYRA LEE NELSON 

Imagination is the eye of the senses. 
Aiain Nitter . . . ex-bubblegum and engraved 
chocolate bars seller . . . present Presleyite . . . 
Luella Parson's equal ... she informed us 
uninformed about the doings in Hollywood . . . 
cute as a bug . .. buggy on the subject of Sing 
meetings . . . her happy future a surety. 



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SUSAN NOBEL 

Those who aspire nobly will nobly be 

remembered. 
She's Naturally . . . nice . . . boards in Flatbush 
. . . but never bores in school . . . her squad 
"service"d the lunchroom . . . and cleaned it 
up . . . fluted when we singed . . . and helped 
us win ... an Arista Dovener ... a dove of a 
girl. 





The dream lives on. 



CHAVIE OBERiMEISTER 

joy rises in her like a sinmner morn. 
Consistently 'Opeful . . . loaded with spirit . . . 
always ready with a crack . . . charming and 
disarming . . . never red with anger ... or 
green with envy ... or blue with despair . . . 
but pure and white as snow. 



SANDRA OFSINK 

Born to think and act great deeds. 
She's Omazing . . . proved her capabilities as an 
actress . . . and a musician . . . and a librarian 
. . . and an arts and crafts instructor . . . and 
a writer . . . and . . . 





.i-'V i2)'?Ki inna ^{j'idi iujd d'-bn iix 3id 

CAROL PALLANT 

Sparing in tvords, but prodigal in deeds. 
Certainly Proper . . . quiet, sweet, and very neat 
. . . blond, blue-eyed Young Israelite ... a 
prize product of Williamsburg . . . few faults 
... we all "Car"e for her. 



If there were dreams to sell, 
Merry and sad to tell . . . 



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GHANA PRERO 

Act well your part, there all the honor lies. 
Counts Pennies . . . for our yearbook . . . 
"Michigan"er who won't tell us her real name 
. . . she lost her braces but kept the accent 
. . . owner of the "Red Hair" . . . top in the 
co-op ... a hearty laugh ... a heartening sense 
of responsibility ... a heartwarming her. 





DIANNE REITMAN 

The heart to conceive, the understanding to 

direct and the hatid to execute. 
Devilish Riot . . . our answer to Einstein . . . 
going MIT Reggie ... the combination of 
philosophy and madness that comprise genius 
. . . anyway, she drove the teachers mad . . . 
Chief of the Elchanette tribe . . . secret weapon 
in debating . . . Reit one for rebuttal . . . wacky, 
warm and wonderful . . . worthy of our ad- 
miration and friendship. 



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BARBARA ROCHELLE ROKEACH 

To those who know her not, no words can paint; 
And those who know her know all words are 

faint. 
Bubblingly Refreshing . . . the Bracha in our 
lives ... if it's got ears, she talks . . . showed her 
Royal acting ability in "Huck Finn" . . . was a 
"Jur'(ie) in Carousel . . . brains, plus ability, plus 
imagination plus enthusiasm . . . indescribably 
delicious, delightful, de-loveliest . . . inspired and 
inspiring. 





. . . And the cryer rang his bell- 
What would you buy? 



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RITA ROSENBERG 

With grace to win, with heart to hold, with 

shining gifts that wins all eyes. 
Rip Roaring . . . our nearest late-comer . . . 
a lovely Uthe librarian— lucky Perlman . . . ap- 
plied what Tessel taught her in the office . . . 
lucky Halpern . . . stunning hair to adorn a 
stunning face . . . she stunned Central for four 
years . . . lucky us. 



ROZELLE ROSENTHAL 

Laughter is the best beginning for friendship, 

and the best way to keep it. 
Really Rates . . . Robby's a ruby of a girl . . . 
eyes the color of sapphires . . . like jade, her 
spirits never fade . . . reminds us of a "Village" 
notion . . . never a dull moment with this miss 
. . . will be quite a charm for someone's bracelet. 





PEARL RUBIN 

Distinction with a difference. 
Prime Rhythm . . . someday she'll compete 
with Theodore Bikel . . . but we appreciate 
her now . . . concerts under the stairs . . . fiddles 
around well— with hair . . . understands Wein- 
stien's c(o)urses . . . with her Sabra beauty we 
predict a tasty future. 



Were dremris to have at will . . . 



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BETTY RACHEL SACHS 

Wisdom is the perfect good of the human mind. 
Her philosophy is love of wisdom and the 

endeavor to attain it. 
Big Sister . . . sews her clothes at home . . . 
keeps us in stitches in class . . . got a big "kick 
out" of Annenberg ... he didn't know she's 
venerated veep of Arista . . . not a needier but 
the instigator of Yemenite embroidery . . . 
Associate to the Editor of the Flame . . . friend 
to all of us. 





ALICE Al SAVITSKY 

The rising blushes, which her cheek o'er spread, 

are ope?iing roses in the lily's bed. 
All Sweet . . . "highlighted" the library, among 
other things ... a Perlman fan . . . efficient as 
she is pretty ... a cheerful charmer . . . may her 
future be as rosy as her face can get. 



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CLAIRE JOY SCHAFFER 

Fine art is that in ivhicb the hand, the head 

and the heart go together. 
Crashing Smartness . . . our first highlight . . . 
an artist that puts Jakie to shame ... by virtue 
of this talent became art Editor of Elchanette 
... a mainstay of the good ship Arista . . . and 
part the Hebrew Debating crew . . . sure to 
continue "in the best of circles" . . . Schaffer's 
(talent) all around. 





This would best heal my ill. 



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JUDITH ELAINE SEIF 

Silence that speaks, and eloquence of the eyes. 
Joyously Splendid . . . strong athletic arm . . . 
in basketball . . . volleyball . . . always on the 
ball . . . beautiful cat's eyes . . . but the farthest 
thing from a "catty" girl . . . Mrs. Green called 
her Seef ... we call her a doU. 



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JUDITH RITA SELTZER 

The way to have a friend is to be one. 
Jubilant Snap . . . behind-the-scenes success of 
our sings . . . collected our hard-earned cash 
for over— over— due books . . . affectionately cal- 
led "Squirt" . . . her efficiency is well respected 
. . . and will lead to an orderly, organized life. 





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SANDRA LEE SHANGOLD 

Her beauty, being the best of all ive know, 
Slims lip the divme and secret aims of nature. 
Sovereingnly Striking . . . her hair is her crown- 
ing glory . . . arty art editor of Eichanette 
. . . one of the triumvirate ... a real cheer- 
leader . . . made the scenery that needed the 
propping up in "Huck Finn" . . . we ask for her 
no more than a hfe as beautiful as she herself. 



Pity him, this dupe of dreams 



.u^yv n^i^DH njB'iti' 

ETHEL SHAPIRO 

As good as she is fair, with sunsets in her hair. 
Everlasting Smile . . . entering in her sophomore 
year was no hindrance . . . captivating by virtue 
of her cute dimples and laugh . . . sedate on a 
debate . . . with shining face and shining hair, 
for us she shall always shine. 





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GOLD A REENA SHATZ 

Truly wise, she does everything nobly, 

consistently , soberly, rightly. 
Golden Spirit . . . Springs from the Valley . . . 
captured Hebrew editorship of Eichanette . . . 
as good as her name ... a love of a girl . . . 
one of the few who endeared herself to both 
teachers and classmates ... a winner in the past 
... a sure bet for the future. 



HARRIET SIEGEL 

The purity of a raindrop, the sparkle of a 

brook, the depth of an ocean. 
Happy Soul . . . bouncy as the balls she basketed 
. . . yet serious as the points she debated . . . 
Gendler's little "Sea Gull" ... the more food 
eaten the more pounds lost ... but her heart 
keeps gaining warmth. 





Pity him, that he must ivake. 



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JOAN SMITH 

Her modesty, the citadel of her virtue, coidd 
not have been taught; it must have been born. 
Judged Scholarly ... an intellectual Arista mem- 
ber . . . way on top . . . songs and essays are 
rio-ht up her alley . . . Gotteshman's ashoshiate 
... a class doodler ... one of the sktette . . . 
appreciative and appreciated. 



ARLENE SPEISER 

True goodness springs from a 7nan's oivn heart. 
Absolutely Swonderful . . . passes any test . . . 
in personality . . . service . . . studies . . . we 
spied her virtues right away . . . good in num- 
bers and formulas ... has a great one for lasting 
friendships. 





MARION STERN 

Beautifid eyes reveal what modesty forbids; 
A ivealth of character neath those lids. 
Many Splendored . . . combination of brains and 
personality . . . ably taught charm and showed 
beauty to her club ... a two language debater 
... a thorn in Dardac's side ... a rose in our 
class ... a very "Leiby"dik future. 



We ache in a dream. 
And ive break in a dream 



.nnann n^Di O'-pnoo n^'-n 

SHARON TAFT 

An actress of will who makes the weeper laugh, 

the laugher weep, by virtue of her skill. 
Singular Treat ... for Bassel from Oklahoma to 



Cyrano de Bergerac . 
Huckleberry Finn . . 
appealing to the eye . 
as they come and go 
her Shar-on success. 



. . for us from skits to 
heads our boosters . . . 
. see the gentle blushes 
. . she'll get more than 





SHULAMITH M. TEITZ 

Eloquence is the child of knowledge. 
Specially Talented . . . imported from New 
Jersey . . . important in our school . . . Teitz 
lights up our lives . . . Senior head of Junior 
Varsity . . . hair that glows . . . personality that 
radiates. 



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JUDITH TISSER 

Her immense popularity is the harvest of infinite 
goodnesses sown without thought of reward. 
Just Terrific . . . first to make contact with 
lenses . . tops in the four B's . . . bowling, boys, 
basketball and biano . . . talented . . . vivacious 
. . . popular ... a charm as permanent as the 
place she has in our hearts. 





. . . And we wake jrom a dream; 
And sigh. 



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HENNIE VERSCHLEISER 

Beautifid faces are those that wear beauty of 

character printed there. 
Highly X'irtuous . . . her name became famous 
as vivacious veep . . . would have been more 
famous if it were shorter ... a true Bas Torah 
. . . diligence and intelligence rewarded by good 
marks and Arista . . . beauty of soul and heart. 



BETH G. WARSHAW 

Thy modesty's a candle to thy merit. 
Beautiful Ways . . . one of the Boro Parkers . . . 
a sophomore starter . . . found favor in our 
eyes . . . the Betht of all we know . . . moved 
UD in class . . . firm in our royal religion. 





ESTA WEINREB 

Words cannot express, nor minds follow her 

injinite sweetness. 
Exuberantly Willing ... to help a friend . . . 
red-headed but no hot-headed . . . soft spoken 
. . . peaches and cream complexion . . . teaches 
by example . . . "Dreams" is her theme in life. 



High on my hills of dream, 
Dear hills that know me . . . 



CHANI ELAINE WEISSMAN 

To do easily what is difficidt for others is the 

mark of talent. 
Charmingly Wacky . . . always around when 
she's needed . . . truly a Weiss-woman . . . 
full of chain . . . head crooner in choir ... a 
player who basketed our friendship . . . may 
the music she loves be a background for a life 
full of high notes. 





ETHEL WURTZEL 

// upon self-examination one finds a scarcity of 
faults, what is there to worry about or fear. 
Extra Whimsical . . . Adie's shm and graceful 
as a willow . . . led the chessmen into clubs . . . 
led the players to them . . . the Wurtz thing 
for her is to get up early . . . defense attorney 
when student vs. teacher ... a model girl with 
a model figure . . . we wish her every happiness. 



CHER\X ZEISEL 

Chann to impress in public and a heart to endear 

ifi private. 
Capricious Zing ... the busiest "Cheery"est 
athletic manager ... on her toes and knees and 
everv'things at all games . . . victorious over 
Friedman in the bowling brawl . . . the i\y-league 
look ... no matter how you pronounce her 
name, she's a real "zeessel." 





. . . Then hoiv fair ivill seem 
The lands belo'v: me. 



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SUZANNE ZELINGER 

Those beautiful eyes, too pure and too honest 
in aught to disguise, the siveet soul shining 
through them. 
Sophisticated Zest . . . green eyes that sparkle 
. . . personaliU" to match . . . shining star of the 
cheerleaders ... a bonnie lassie . . . who pepped 
up each classie . . . we hope her baby (sister) 
is like our Sue. 



.na n?3T -2 iisni '-2 -isn 

GLADYS PEARL ZWIEBEL 

She can be imitated by none, nor paralleled by 

any but herself. 
GoUects Zeroes . . . from teachers ... she singed 
us to victory- . . . taught the debating team how 
. . . ^\•e're sure Glad she directed our plays . . . 
gave her all to Elchanette ... as to everj'thing 
she does . . . admirable . . . capable . . . uncon- 
trollable . . . unpredictable but oh so unbeatable. 




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REGENTS SCHOLARSHIPS 

Bresler, Nina 
Burstein, Alice 

Caplow, Paula 
Elbinger, Regina 

Feld, Miriam 

Fisch, Freyda 
Freeman, Rachel 
Friedman, Judith 

Fuchs, Miriam 

Gottesfeld, Hedy 

Kramer, Judith 

Nelson, Myra 

Nobel, Susan 

Ofsink, Sondra 

Reitman, Dianne 

Rokeach, Barbara 

Sachs, Betty 

Schaffer, Claire 

Shapiro, Ethel 

Shatz, Golda 

Smith, Joan 

Zwiebel, Gladys 

ALTERNATES 

Bleifeld, Joan 

Dorf, Debi 

Engelsrath, Edna 

Geisler, Marilyn 

Golumbeck, Renee 

Grossman, Judy 

Hershcopf, Carol 

Mezei, Eva 



NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP 

Finalists: Fisch, Freyda 

Reitman, Dianne 



MAYOR'S COMMITTEE ON 
SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT 

Stern, Marion 

SCIENCE 

Elbinger, Regina 
Reitman, Dianne 

NURSING 

Ofsink, Sondra 

BETTY CROCKER HOMEMAKING 
SCHOLARSHIP 

First Place: Hershcopf, Carol 

BIBLE CONTEST 

Honorable iVlention: Fisch, Freyda 

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 
SCHOLARSHIP 

Semi-finalists: Elbinger, Regina 
Reitman, Dianne 
RSchaffer, Claire 



^ywu/ards 



YESHIVA UNIVERSITY ALUMNI 

WIVES AWARD Golda Shatz 

To the highest ranking graduate 

MINA BELKIN MEMORIAL AWARD 

Deborah Beeber 
For excellence in all Hebrew Studies 
YESHIVA UNIVERSITY WOMEN'S 
ORGANIZATION OF BROOKLYN 

AWARD Claire Schaffer 

For excellence in all General Studies 

For Excellence in Bible Sheila Broyde 

For Excellence in Prophets Claire Schaffer 

For Excellence in Hebrew Language 

and Literature Bina Levovitz 

For Excellence in Mishna Marion Stem 



For Excellence in 

Jewish History Hennie Verschleiser 

For Excellence in Laws and Customs. Joan Smith 

For Excellence in Biology Aliriam Landesman 

For Excellence in English Regina Elbinger 

For Excellence in Social Studies Chava Lieber 

For Excellence in Mathematics Diane Reitman 

For Excellence in French Marion Stern 

For Excellence in Spanish Deborah Dorf 

For Excellence in Sciences Betty Sachs 

HEBREW FACULTY 

SPECIAL AWARD Miriam Landesman 

For excellence of character and conduct 
CLASS OF 1955 AWARD IN MEMORY 

OF EDITH WEISS Regina Elbinger 

To an outstanding Senior selected by her class 
GENERAL ORGANIZATION 

ATHLETIC AWARD Cheryl Zeisel 



SERVICE PRIZE 

Awarded by the Yeshiva University Alumni Wives for service to the school 
Rachel Freeman 




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Our drecmis are tales 



Swig by nightingales. 





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ear 



As we peek for the first time into the kaleidescope, we see ... A warehouse 
coming into view ... 90 unaware girls entering it . . . Ts Tsk . . . FRESHMEN 
INITIATION DAY . . . definitely not for EGGheads . . . Skirts up girls . . . 
Gotteshman's coming . . . open warfare begins . . . Kramer versus Gotteshman 
... the Winner? . . . Why do you think he left? . . . The W is seen . . . 
IFeiss appears . . . Florence and Chaya nearly disappear . . . PFortheimer gives 
"A" class a slow start . . . "Sholom Bayit" all term . . . I.Q. tests; results: we love 
our Mommies ... U Jar Tests; results: no diabetes . . . Kussin's insults begin 
. . .Alper+Adams=Friction+Blow-ups . . . Boom! . . . Horn gives first lesson 
in beauty and charm . . . Helena Rubenstein was never like this . . . "Exodus" 
premier— Weinstein's class . . . the woodpecker starts pecking . . . We pose poor 
pour Perlman's picture . . . Cantor turns 70 . . . we get a free period . . . 
naive "A" class fails to take Berenholtz's notes . . . naive "A" class fails . . . 
Freshmen pass well . . .Renee heads the Red and White as athletic manager . . . 
very bad eyesight . . . we manage to pass anyway . . . B.T.A. is accross the 
street. Ahhh! Israeli geography scrapbooks are handed down, down, down . . . 
marks go up, up, up . . . waistline goes down, down, down . . . Sputnick goes up 
. . . and rockets us to our 1st sinor victory with the NEW LOOK . . . 



^opkomore ^ina. 

As the kaleidescope whirls . . . we hear the refrain of . . . we want justice 
... if she goes we go . . . (we never did) . . . we want Jakie ... Da dum da 
da dum dum dum . . . high hopes for Nina and Baruch . . . Ah, yes, we remember 
it well . . . from Lebann to Minneroff . . . from Ceaser to fairy tales . . . 
our CINDERELLA BALL . . . bless Joffen Fairy G-dmother . . .* we had 
bought our food and drink, and we all felt in the pink, we prepared our 
brand new dresses, and had curled our shining tresses, we had chosen all the 
boys and our hearts were full of joy . . . BONG (12) . . . what didn't we 
have? ... a dance? . . . but we know dark secluded places or we knew a dark 
secluded place . . . Gi^ossman hated red so he left our papers unread . . . 
Wollman's dikduk boxes=our pattern for kaleidescope . . . her face was gooey 
as Carmel . . . Bio with Zeva . . . and Mr. Epstein ... by the shores of old 
Cayuga there is an awful scent . . . introduced to Hoffman . . . where is our 
principal doctor? . . . Mr. Applebaum, pardon us folks . . . Dr. Applebaum . . . 
hydraulic press joins woodpecker scymphony ... we have ssssteam heat and 
sssteif . . . unknowing Carney introduces jotto . . . ve had P.T. vit Green . . . 
Tsk Tsk . . . Zeva's engagement party— a sadist joke . . . This is Your Life? . . . 
BTA is just around the corner— Mmmmmm! . . . Sophomore victories . . . 
Cherjd for athletic manager . . . Nobel for service squad head . . . Gladys 
for debating manager . . . Burstein for cheering champ . . . greatest victory 
of all . . . WE WON THE SING . . . THEME THE FOUR SEASONS. 

*To the tune of "There is Nothincp Like a Dame." 




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As we shake the kaleidiscope . . . We look forward to a highlighted year 
of . . . golden hues in clothes and hair . . . new attendance sheets make it easier— ^HiZLOP UiGCir 
to cut . . . office becomes interested in our daily needs . . . Lilker vacates 
premises . . . Spin begins official vacation as Freydie wakes up long enough 
to do his work . . . "May I leave the room" sheets are instituted . . . from 
Pepsi to Maxwell House (or is it A & P?) ... all this and Halpern too, as she 
heads C.I.A. . . . down dere in da dirty, dingy, despicable, downright, dis- 
gusting dungeon we eat our lunch. . . mortal illness is only passport to new 
lounge . . . Klempner and Kramer Kosher Ritualarium is founded ... we 
celebrate Toby's engagement in Rubel's Chumash class . . . when free for all 
fails she gets unengaged . . . fumes permeate the school— incense from the 
chumash class . . . sulpliuric odors from the lab . . . mingling with the ever 
present school scent ... we invade the Dean's Reception ... if absence makes 
the heart grow fonder, Hoffman loves Tzibile, Marshall loves Gold, Steif loves 
the Reit— man, and Sodden loves his whole class . . . Kamber the gent of the 
shoulders lumbers into Central . . . Laurie and Flo excell in Yiddish as the 
rest of us fail . . . es iz nuch fun de Buba Lupke's tzeitin . . . jukebox joins 
the woodpecker chorus . . . how do you say shirt, Miguel? ? ? . . . lunch hour 
is early— during World History ... at least we gain something in Rabbi Sodden's 
class . . . Rabbi Rosenmund erupts with chains of zeros . . . our eyesight improves 
with age . . . Merit marks are high . . . we sufi^er from an over abundance of 
sweets (16's) ... so who cares where B. T. A. is? . . . The Great Error . . . 
Juniors take sten . . . Junior victories— Rachel for Pres . . . Hennie for Veep . . . 
Chavie L. for Sec. . . . Flo for Service Squad Head . . . Cheryl for Athletic 
Manager . . . Marilyn for Debating Head . . . Elchanette Staff elected. They live 
to regret it ... WE WON THE SING (AGAIN) -THEME: SYMPHONY, 
U.S.A. 

^eniof Ujecip 

We break open the kaleidiscope ... we thought it couldn't be done . . . 
90 Spirited, Elegant, Nonchalant, Independent, Outstanding, Radiant Seniors 
enter . . . shrunken study hall provides us with year round Sucah . . . Look Ala, 
no minors . . . Bassel's actresses forego English for ofl^-study hall productions 
. . . Tisser tops us all with 42— in basketball . . . we get new typewriter— but 
one good apple doesn't save the barrel. Dr. Lichtenstein jumps up as we sing 
down . . . girls get accepted to M. I. T., Cornell & Barnard . . . Judi Mincii 
gets accepted to Y.U. . . . thexy legth Thocky (Soky) teaches economical 
English, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera . . . Louie "Civil War" Kussin gives us a 
rough ride through history . . . Dardak meets his quota . . . the only human with 
five sore thumbs . . . Reggie, Debi R., Gladys, Judy Greenfield, and Chani W. 
. . . strange things are happening . . . the woodpecker pecks its last peck for 
us . . . Lichty's admits get admitted to Dr. Lewin's office . . . Terrible Exams 
Stupify The Seniors . . . our eye sight dims because of senility . . . marks don't 
count any more . . . Central goes Beat with Bitt ... we get orduhz frum da desk 
. . . Bruchie gets baldy . . . Sivie gets blondy . . . Miriam L. and Freydie get 
blackie . . . Sandy S. gets bloody fingers, Gladys Z. gets bloody mad . . . Huck 
Finn is a success anyway . . . Phyllis G. gets draped— by Lorstan . . . Smilingly 
We All Pose for it's picture swapping time . . . S.O.S.— Song of Songs keeps 
the fires in our hearts burning . . . fire, fire, fire, raging- all about, here come 
the firemen to put the fire out ... we know where these boys are but we 
don't want them . . . Y. U. is in Manhattan— whoopee! . . . Jeering Our In- 
tolerable Nonsensical Togetherness Girls Ridicule And Degrade our All Too 
Imprisoning and Obligatory Graduation . . . we soar Over the Rainbow with 
our Senior Sing. 

The ever changing kaleidiscope continues whirling as we slowly fade 
out of the high school picture . . . 



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rue 



—Central would have Erasmus' building. 

—There would be a pillow on every desk. 

—Dr. Joffen would never have found out about the Sophomore Social. 

—There would be more drilling on the corner. 

—We would all have 

Marilyn Geisler's sweaters, 

Minch and Shangold's hair, 

Judy Klein's candy, and, 

Mr. Gendler's sense of humor. 
—Rabbi Dardak would have to listen to himself. 
—Ethel Wurtzel would be five feet nothing. 
— Joanie Bly would be five feet something. 
-The UP and DOWN staircases would go OUT the window. 
—Rita Avould be early every day. 
—For a change 

Mrs. Halpern would stop using her unexcusable pen, 

Mr. Epstein would stop using his hands, 

Mr. Bassell would stop using his sleeve, and, 

Miguel would start using his broom. 
—Mrs. Jacobson's "loss" would be Beth's "gain." 
—Mr. Kamber would "crack up." 
—Miriam Landesman would make a record. 
-Harriet S. would ODE TO A BANANA. 
—There wouldn't be any nails sticking out of the radiators. 
— Chanie Prero wouldn't need No-Doze. 
—Just once 

Miss Epstein's experiments would be successful, 

Mrs. Green would have laryngytis. 

Rabbi Perlman's pants would take the fatal slip, and. 

Arista would organize a mass cut. 
—There would be more and bigger snowstorms. 
—There would be aisles between the rows. 
—There would be rows. 

—The future years would be as full as the past four. 
—DREAMS would not be lonely. 





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IF TEACHER'S DREAMS CAME TRUE . . . 

—Central would have Erasmus' building. 

—There would be nails on every desk. 

—The library would be mobbed. 

—There would be a men's bathroom on the third floor. 

—Our faces wouldn't be blank. 

—Our tongues would be blank. 

—Homework wouldn't be a sadist joke. 

—They wouldn't drill on the corner anvmore. 

— Golda would rub off on the rest. 

—Girls would talk to their neighbors and not across the room. 

— Longskirts would come back in style. 

—Salami sandwiches would go out of style. 

—Mrs. Tessel would come in early and stay late. 

—There wouldn't be so many plays. 

—Just Once 

Tzippv Mark would get lar^'ngtis, 

Mimi Katz would talk louder, and, 

Carol Hershcopf wouldn't kno\\^ more than they do. 

—There would be more and bigger snowstorms. 

—Girls would be shorter so Mr. Kamber ^\'ouldn't have so far to look up. 

—We would learn by T.\'. 

—The future years wouldn't be quite as full as the past four. 

—DREAMS \\'ould be honored. 



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,--ip'n una'-i^'n ma'? a->m ynis 

.minn riMib nDian ison ri'aa 

.ima"? 'a^ ns ids? n^'?n:t 

:i3Dma nai nov: ab'd; lanoaia "jas 

". . . nx'?- ,-s'7ri M ,M„ 

"... ma'tt'T b^i; u^si O'can ,n-na "^as 

"'ra inx p-fsn„ 

"-riDn 'nsT-a natt^vn -'D'D'n -ib-'n,, 

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.laia xa ab man ,mia Vax 

TKi -mpa ■'ni?''7nn tki ,j'?ttTi mi'? "^^nnn tsi„ 

"n\T kVe' i^x '7ax„ 

"mnxa r\:m ma.n: myj 

"D'DSiyaa mj'na tiv ^^v -r'-n ,rm'7\, 

myiatt' naa Tya .mia 'pax 

"?iVx Vy n^rf nai .nvsion mrnan u'pnn 

nvDion mrnan ,nxTn n:^'2,, 

.nsio lyi niiyn n-'tt'xna nann -a'7'?an 

"! laasy'? nanain txi 






HUCK FINN 

Produced by Rachel Freeman, Hennie Verschleiser 

Directed by Gladys Zweibel 

Sets Sandra Shangold 

Props Toby Hilsenrad 

Make-up and Lighting , . . .Judy Minclienberg, Harriet Friedler 
Costumes Alice Burstein 

JVc 'would like to thank the folloiviiig people 
for their generous help : 
Debby Beeber Chavie Lieber 

Harriet Goldberg Ghana Prero 

Judy Grossman Rozelle Rosenthal 

Gail Imberman Joan Smith 

Judy Tisser 

Cast of Characters in Order of Appearance 

Lize Miriam Landesman 

Mathilda Phelps Ethel Shapiro 

Susan Wilkes ' Adele Karish 

Joanna Wilkes Judy Klein 

Mary Jane Wilkes Marion Stern 

Dr. Ben Robinson Esther Pinsky 

Aunt Sally Phelps Rivy Halberstam 

Tom Sawyer Sharon Taf t 

Huckleberrj- Finn Sivia Adams 

King Bruchie Rokeach 

Duke Sandra Ofsink 

Mrs. Hotchkiss Joan Bleifeld 

Glory Belle Susan Goldstein 

yim Freyda Fisch 










G.O. FALL TERM Standing I. to r.: H. AufriL-hn-; S. Felman; D. Resnick; S. Gellis; F. Fisch; 
C. Prero; M. Feld; S. Ofsink; C. Zeisel; N. Lowingcr; A. Blumenchal; E. Bryks; D. Chavkin. 



Seated: President; Rachel Freeman, Vice President; Hennie Verschleizer, Advisor; Miss Z. 
Epstein, Secretary; Chavah Leiber, Treasurer; Fredda Kramer. 



L^enefCLi Vy^'aanizati 



ctnLzauon 

Party Politics— that is what governs the country and also our school. 
Naturally we have a two-party system— the G.O. (or students) and the ad- 
ministration. While waging a constant battle with the head of the opposition, 
Rabbi Friedman, is a primary plank in the G.O.'s platform (and a time-consum- 
ing occupation of Rachel and Hennie) it is by no means the only one. In fact 
all programs end up with bi-partisan backing. Some such projects this year 
were the assemblies before each Yom-Tov, the Chanukah Chagiga, the Purim 
Play, the Charity Drive, clubs, theatre parties ("The Tenth Man," New York 
Philharmonic, "The Pirates of Penzance," Israeli Dance Festival, PhoenLx Pro- 
ductions, etc. 

When all is said and done it is the G.O. that governs the fate of all extra- 
curricular activities. 

G.O. SPRING TERM Standing I. to r.-. N. Weisberg; J. Herman; E. Rosenbaum; S. Goldblatt; 
L. Weinberg; M. Stern; R. Elbogen; A. Rosenbaum; E. Berg; H. Moshel; E. Markowitz 
B. Sachs; L. ZeHnger; S. Werner; Y. A'lax. Seated: President; Rachel Freeman, Vice President; 
Hennie Vcrschleiser, Advisor; Miss Z. Epstein, Secretary; Chavah Lieber, Treasurer; Fredda 
Kramer, Front: S. Gellis; L. Goldstein; C. Prero; F. Fisch; B. Rokeach. 





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SENIOR COUNCIL Standing I. to r.-. E. Shapiro; D. Reitman; M. Geisler; B. Rokeach; B. 
Sachs. Seated: S. Ofsink, President; J. Bliefeld; S. Felman; M. Stern. 




Head: Fredda Kramer 



SENIOR COUNCIL 

The Senior Council did a remarkable 
job considering the general apathy per- 
vading the senior class. Although the 
graduates never did receive their pins, 
they were given the opportunity to en- 
joy a week-end in Crown Heights, dis- 
cuss a social that never did come off 
(reminds one of our attempt in the 
Sophomore year), and ultimately, be- 
cause of the firm insistence of the ad- 
ministration in Y.U., joint graduation 
ceremonies with— M.T.A. and B.T.A.! ! ! 
Isn't it a little late for fraternizing? ? ? 

Problems— red or white dinner jackets, 
red and white or blue and white tassels, 
red roses or blue sweet peas, parasols 
and/or sneakers. 



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English Editor 
Freyda Fisch 




Feature Editors 

J. Smith 

S. Adams 

S. Goldstein 

L. Goldstein 

H. Friedler 

F. Krieger 



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Art Editors 
Claire Schaffer 
Sandra Shang-old 




Photography Editors 

Rene Golombeck 

Sandra Gold 




Business Managers 

Judith Kramer 

Chani Prero 




Typing EJ:fo,^ 

Edythe Dubrow 

Sandra Gellis 



BASKETBALL TEAA/I Standing I. to r.: S. Gold; D. 
Resnick; S. Alter; M. Feld; S. Gerber; J. Werner; S. 
Damesek; H. Siegal. Front: R. Golumbeck, Captain; C. 
Zeisel, Ahletic Manager; J. Tisser, Captain. 




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Nov. 


19 


Ramaz 


*29 


26 


Nov. 


29 


Flatbush 


*32 


40 


Dec. 


7 


Lexington 


*46 


58 


Dec. 


ID 


Hili 


*5i- 


31 


Dec. 


15 


Manhattan Central 


*25 


5 


Jan. 


3 


Flatbush 


*43 


37 


Jan. 


28 


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Hili, Manhattan Central, 


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Feb. 


1 1 


HUi 


*22 


20 


Feb. 


16 


Ramaz 


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39 


Mar. 


9 


Manhattan Central 

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FLAME STAFF Standing I. to r.-. B. Rokeach; H. 
Siegal; L. Goldstein; S. Ofsinjc; H. Goldberg; D. 
Beeber; A. Burstein. Seated: J. Seltzer; S. Nobel; 
R. Elbinger; B. Sachs; H. Gottesfeld; J. Smith. 





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YESmVA UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL 

Published by YUHSG 

Rabbi Charles Friedman — English Principal 

Dr. Isaac Lewin — Hebrew Principal 

Mr. Al Sokolow — Advisor 

Regina Elbinger Editor-in-Chief 

Betty Sachs Assistant Editor 

Bruchie Rokeach Feature Editor 

Laurie Goldstein _ Assistant Feature Editor 

Harriet Siegel _ _ Sports Editor 

Alice Burstein Photography Editor 

Judy Seltzer _ Typing Editor 

Debby Beeber _ Business Manager 

News Editors 
Harriet Goldberg, Hedy Gottesfeld, Susan Nobel, Joan Smith 

STAFF 

Rosemarie Dumont, Eleanor Feiner, Rachel Freeman, Marilyn 
Geisler, Naomi Lowenger, Sandra Ofsink, Kendy Plotzker, Ghana 
Prero, Claire Schaffer, Judy Schmidman, Rita Sirota, Gladys Zwiebel 



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L. Broyde; S. Felnun, R EdelstLin, A Low inger, G ^1 I I \ crshkiser; M. Geisler; 

R. Freeman; B. Bertigcr; S. Teitz; R. Elbinger; F. IviJiiicr, S, Gerber; D. Beeber; 
S. Nobel; M. Tennenbaum; M. Lundner; G. Hochberg. Seated: M. Stern; D. Reitman; M. 
Landesman, Leder; Rabbi Dardac, Advisor; B. Sachs, Vice Leader; G. Zwiebel; C. Lieber. 
Fro77t: C. Schaeffer; R. Halberstam; H. Siegal; S. Broyde; F. Fisch; J. Smith; Not shown: 
J. Seif, D. Dorf. 



Though it may be regarded as slander by some, the members of Arista, 
or the Segulah Chapter of the National Honor Society, are a select group con- 
taining the cream of Central's crop. 

The bi-weekly meetings ruled over by the advisor. Rabbi Dardac, and 
conducted by Miriam Landesman and Betty Sachs frequently result in verbal 
jousts between the more eloquent parties of Arista. Despite this, things are 
accomplished. Arista-led Tephila fills the classrooms each morning and tutors 
are provided for girls encountering difficulty in their schoolwork. A program 
of speakers who address Arista and all other interested people has been intro- 
duced with three resounding successes thus far. 

The girls are good eggs but normal Centralites in most respects. The aver- 
age record of latenesses and absences equals, and even surpasses (since a majority 
of the members are seniors) that of the other students. 




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SERVICE SQUAD Standing I. to r.: S. Broyde; C. Weissman; S. Ofsink; N. 
Bresler; S. Nobel; S. Zelinger; S. Adams; P. Alonderer; H. Fogel; T. Weitz; J 
Feic; J. Plamick; \'. Lebowits; B. Liebman. Seated: M. Nelson; J. Susser; N 
Klempner; D. Kaplan; R. ^^'eiss; F. Krieger. Head: R. Halberstam; S. Singer; J 
Greenfield; H. Levy. Front: M. Schaffer; S. Taft; R. Brenner; iM. Feinman; D 
Gellis; E. Rosenbaum; Pi. Teppler. 




Head: Mrs. Halpern 




K^fPice S^auacl 



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Miriam Fuchs 





ENGLISH LIBRARY 
A huge shipment of French and Math 
books arrive-girls work overtime shelv- 
ing them. Result: books remain on 
shelves, squad relaxes. Those who do 
make use of the library realize that it 
is run very efficiently, a tribute to the 
efforts of Sandra Ofsink and Mr. Bassell. 



ENGLISH LIBRARY STAFF Standing I. to r.: E. Puld; 
S. Taft; D. Kaplan; D. Reitman. Seated: J. Grossman; 
S. Ofsink, Chief Librarian; Mr. Bassell, Head; J. Katz. 



HEBREW LIBRARY 

"It has to be less than one hundred 
pages long, be written in large tj^pe, have 
vowels, and be in easy language so I can 
understand it." This is the plea of the 
girls seeking aid in the finding books for 
their Hebrew boow reports. Rabbi Perl- 
man invariably .helps these poor souls 
and even succeeds in improving their 
diet (literary, of course). 




HEBREW LIBRARY STAFF Standing I. to r.: A. 
Savitsky; M. Lundner; D. Beeber. Seated- C. Lieber; 
Rabbi Perlman. Head: R. Rosenberg; J. Seltzer. 



BOOKROOM Standing I. to r.: R. Halberstam; C. Prero; S. Ofsink; 
C. Baron. Seated: C. Lieber, Head; Rabbi Perlman. 



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ENGLISH DEBATING TEAM Standing I. to r.: B. Kopf; E. Shapiro; iM. Stern; E. 
Krciscr; R. Newman; S. Teicz; AI. Geisler, Head; H. Verschleiser; H. Goldberg; J. Rosenfeld; 
S GcUis- T. Kanitopsky; D. Reimian. Seated: M. Landesman; J. Platnick; M. Rabinowitz; 
iM. Scliaffer; H. Siegal;'l\I. Rappaport. Front: K. Schmidt; J. Katz; G. Kalter; F. Fisch; S. 
Adams. 



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HEBREW DEBATING TEAM Standing Ltoi. H. Friedler; S. Felman; M. 
Stern; R. Elbogen; M. Schechter; S. Gellis; R. Septimus; S. Nobel. Seated: 
R. Halbcrstam; J. Greenfield; D. Beeber. Head: J. Smith; N. Gottesnian. 



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While talking on the part of the stu- 
dent body is spurned by the faculty', 
members of the debating teams are ac- 
tually encouraged to wag their tongues 
during classtime! Double blessing is 
during classtime! Double blessing is be- 
stowed upon those who engage in this 
pleasant pastime in Hebre. 

Marilyn Geisler led the English De- 
bating Team to two victories over Flat- 
bush Yeshiva and Uptown T.A. How- 
ever there was one loss to the latter 
school. 

The Hebrew Debating Team, under 
Debby Beeber, remains unvanquished. 
Only one yeshiva, Flatbush, finally got 
up enough courage to debate us and 
were not rewarded for their bravado. 
Central carried away the honors after 
discussing Resolve: Independence Day 
be made a Yom-Tov. 



JUNIOR X'ARSITY DEBATING TEAM Standing I. to r.: I. Prager; J. Herman; E. Morgen- 
stern; O. Chavkin; E. Berg; M. Dworetsky; S. Moss; J. Schmidman. Seated: M. Feinman; 
J. Werner; H. Siegal, Head; D. Gellis; A. Blumenthal. 



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The \'olunteer Hospital workers is a 
new and praiseworthy institution in 
Central. It was organized by Harriet 
Friedler. These girls devote a certain 
number of hours each Aveek to aiding the 
and hard-pressed personnel in their local 
hospitals. 




\'OLUNTEER HOSPITAL \\"ORKERS Samdw.g I. to t.-. S. Taft; S. Goldstein; 
H. Gonesfeld; C. Prero; S. Mark. Seated: M. Fuchs; L. Gershkowitz; H. Friedler. 
Head: F. Krieser; M. Xelson. Front: S. .Meskin; C. Pallant; S. Adams. 




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CHAGIM COMMITTEE Standing I. to .: G. Hoch- 
berg; M. Tennanbaum; S. Damesek; J. KuU; N. 
Lowinger; M. Broome; G. Lipshitz; B. Glass; B. Capito. 
Seated: J. Smith; C. Obemieister; R. Edelstein; L. 
Broyde; A. Speiser; J. Seif. Front: M. Rabinowitz; S. 
Tropper; A. Hook; M. Schiller; F. Baum. 



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Leaders Riva Halberstam 
Ann Hook 



One man with a dream to treasure, 
Can go forth and conquer a crown 



LITERATURE 





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ruue ct aCJrecim 

By Gladys Zwiebel 

Sad indeed, that dreams 
Die lonely, scorned and torn. 
Yet sadder still that in most men 
Dreams are never born. 

If I would have a dream 
I'd never let it go! 
I'd fight to keep it living, 
Exult as it would grow. 

I'd sing a dream so proud and pure; 
Strong and straight and free. 
That all who heard and understood 
Would greatly envy me. 

I'd weave a dream of honesty. 
Perfection it would seem; 
Forever faithful I'd remain 
To Truths that I would dream. 

The world would know my dream. 
And proudly it and I 
Would live one life together, 
And together— we would die. 

SAD INDEED, THAT DREAMS 
DIE LONELY, SCORNED AND TORN 
YET SADDER STILL THAT IN MOST MEN 
DREAMS ARE NEVER BORN. 



^f ^J reams L^ame J rue 

By Bruchie Rokeach 

I ask for strength 

To face each day 

With courage and pride. 

I ask for patience 

To wait and endure, 

To see the fulfillment of my dream. 

I ask for love 

undying, secure 

That could withstand the pressures of time. 

I ask and I ask, 

I hope and I pray. 

A dream once born 

Cannot die tired and alone. 

And when two dream a dream, 

Spun with thread of gold 

Interlaced with jewels of beauty untold. 

When it is nurtured with love 

And watered with tears. 

It will come to life 

For those who cared. 



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nntt'cn lu? ixd na"" ^'7ct^' \-i-'p .sinn cv^d Tinr^'^'T ^-i7ni" i<i> ■'^^■'a 

,nsn ns"! ,rma '7yn ,.ic".7n : inio^ -nn2'7 •'js n-iisin ? nsT ^3'? ti'^jt non •'Oi'j; 
,inn£t:'D "'32 ,''2np ^d "s^ n'7^'7n ? nr^ Wn ■'^ n\T'*Li' na i^'n ^jx nr^i , Tityyi 
I'i'DnDm ■'Jisipn "Tman .TTiya u^^n^ dvli '7D ij'? ^ns"?! ^Jn^Qt^•2 rinn'^-n? tii^^ 
— i^iy 'i'aN .nn ]*aiti'cn I'i'i: m^n^n 'i'y is'^'anm ,^jnnn ■-n'i'nptt* ^3^^ nv^an 
.u'i' -nn3'7 inii'jinti' ntyn nnnsn mo ^nn pN ;d nnr li-^'u •'J'^y 
nno„ /'i'y pyi^ mien ^ip Tiyct:' ,^^-In nrn pin^ msriB ynsj'? '73N 
„nny:n n^no n^in i^sa* ran ijjis sin .ni^ nmnn nit^'y^ na ! •'in ".ns ■'Knpn 

ll'^pn^ nn^in ''jsi 



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It is dreary 

the clouds roll by 

monotonously 
as is it dreaming 

by my window 
And my dreams are 
thin gauze that 
slowly tears apart 
Breaking into new 

patterns 
How many hours 
have I spent 
looking out into 
a bleak world? 
It seems to me 

AN ETERNITY 



By Beth Warshaw 

Oh, that we could live in likeness of our dreams; 
Dreams expressing the height of ecstasy for all. 
In them we'd find new horizons it seems, 
Forgetting the heavy burdens which on us fall. 

Think of all the minutes, hours, and days 
Wasted in our materialistic life. 
'Tis good to have a dreamland in which to gaze, 
And see it unmarred with strife. 

I surmise it will never be as we yearn. 

We must live our lives! We must face reality! 

It is, however, pleasant and serene to turn 

To our world of dreams; Soul's haven through eternity. 



By Susan Nobel 



Une inspiration oh ^rulh 

by Freyda Fisch 

DREAMS; the word itself sets up a picture in one's mind. This picture, 
inevitably, is something hazy, unclear, and unreal. Dreams are wonderful— 
in their time. But dreams alone are not enough. A good life needs a good 
foundation, one that is solid, and real, and true. Judaism, whose basic elements 
are Truth, Justice, and Freedom, provides this foundation. 

Judaism is a code of laws, setting forth a way of life. These laws, stated 
in the Torah, govern every facet of our lives, both spiritual and material. 
The corner-stone of the foundation is the behef in One Being, perfect in every 
way, who created the world, and through His will keeps it in existence. The 
Torah, His gift to Bnai Yisrael, is the only means to true happiness. 

The Torah way of life embodies "good," and wages a constant war with 
"evil." The mitzvot are battle strategies for the forces of "good." Our prophets 
throughout generations were the generals of the army, and courageously led 
the battle. But Judaism does not stop with the mitzvot, the path to happiness, it 
goes on to the conclusion— the realization of this happiness: the knowledge 
that the time will come when good will be victorious, when the mitzvot will 
be kept in their entirety; in short, when Mashiach will come. 

Y'mos Hamashiach is not a dream; it is a reality that exists now, but only 
in a different plane— in potential. It is not yet here in our plane— an actuality 
for us. This very concept is one of the basic beliefs of Judaism. Our prophets 
elaborated on this future state in many places. It will be the time when all 
nations will i-ecognize G-d as the creator and the all-powerful. It will be the 
time of the punishment and reward of complete nations. At this time Bnai 
Yisrael will be elevated to the heights, our oppressors will be vanquished, and 
the glory and supremity of Hashem will be apparent to all. 

This belief in the final triumph of Good may seem to breed complacence in 
people; that despite their personal action Good will triumph and Mashiach will 
come. In reality, however, this does not hold true. The fallacy in so thinking is 
two-fold. First— there is a matter of personal reward and punishment. Each person 
shall receive according to his actions, an incentive providing constant ammuni- 
tion in the personal battle. Second— Mashiach shall surely come, but the time 
of his coming is determined by our actions. It is stated in Yeshaya 60:22," 
"I am the L-rd, in its time I shall hasten it," in reference to Y'mos Hamashiach. 
Apparently, this is a contradiction: if it is in its time, a set time, how can it 
be hastened? But Rashi explains it beautifully thus;— If they (Bnai Yisrael) are 
worthy, G-d shall hasten the redemption— If they are not worthy, it shall come 
in its set time. 

No, Judaism is not a dream in the general sense of the word. It is 
reality; it is truth; it is a way of life. But it is also an ambition and an incentive. 
It is an inspiration for dreams more glorious, more uplifting, more comforting 
than any mere hearts could invent. THESE ARE THE DREAMS THAT FIRE 
MEN'S HEARTS-TO BUILD, TO MAKE, TO DO THE MITZVOT, TO 
SING AND SAY THE TORAH. 



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Date: JUNE, 1966 

{exact day to be annowiced) 

Time: {to be announced) 

Place: YESHIVA UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL 

2301 Sjiyder Avenue 
Brooklyn 26, New York 

or 
In the event of the purchase of a neiv 
build'mg by the school announcement 
will be inade of the new address 

Occasion: GALA ALUMNI GATHERING 

CLASS OF 1 96 1 

Yeshiva University High School 

Girls Division— Brooklyn 

Husbands and Children 
are cordially invited 



Best Wishes from 

THE GENERAL ORGANIZATION 
for 

MAZEL & HATZLACHA 

TO ALL THE GRADUATES 

RACHEL FREEMAN. President 

HENNIS VERSCHLEISER. Vice President 

CHAVA LIEBER. Secretary 

FREDDA KRAMER, Treasurer 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to Our Dear 

CHAVY 

AND HER CLASSMATES 
upon their graduation 



Mom, Dad, and Heshle 

Uncle Dave and Aunt Sarah Brown 
Uncle David Baron 
Uncle Jack Baron 

Uncle Lou and Aunt Leah Baron 
Uncle Sol and Aunt Bertha Baron 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kupsky 
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wendroff 
Mr. and Mrs. Max Binih 

Cousins Helene and Martin 
Cousins Jack and Sydelle 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
to 

BEVERLY 

ON HER GRADUATION 



■from 

FRIENDS 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes for a Successful Future to 

SHEVI 

from 



Judea Center Synagogue — Brooklyn, New York 
Rabbi Dr. and Mrs. Meir Felman 
YehudI, Norman, and Naomi 
Bobe and Zaideh Comess 
Fanny Malamed 
Reba Master 

Mae and Leon Ret+ig 

Minerva and Joseph Felman 
Eugene and Frances Felman 




-.. MAX.E L TOV TO GRADUATES 



RANQT LAKES 

5 00 I^ouniai'n - Top^/\cres 



OVEN FOR DEVEL(DPMENT AS 




HOTEL 



Y£An - Round 

YESH/VA 

FK£yD/£ FISCH 

ADDRESS /^(^aiRl^-S to: '^]i ^S7f3^';';'^' 



T/.u' 77/oo;z never beams 



Mazel Tov to 



MIRIAM FUCHS 



from 



Abba Imma and Shoshanah 

Grandma Ruchanna and Elchanan 

Aunt Mary 

Uncle Morris, Aunt Pearl and family 
Uncle Richard, Aunt Ruthie and family 
Uncle Moe, Aunt Helen and Family 
Uncle Jack, Aunt Ruth and family 

Uncle Menashe, Aunt Ann and family 
Uncle Harry, Aunt Claire and family 
Uncle Heshy, Aunt Sylvia and family 
Uncle Moishe, Aunt Esther and family 
Mr. and Mrs. Presser and family 
Mr. and Mrs. Klintnick and family 



. Without bringing me dreams. 



Congratulations to 

RENEE 



Bei Unz Bist Du Schein, 
Bei Unz Host Du Chain, 
Bei Unz Bist Du Batamt, 
The secret? 
Seasoned with Spices. 

Love, 
MOM AND DAD 

M. J. GOLOMBECK, INC.— Importer of Spices 



Congratulations and Best Wishes for Future Happiness and Success 

To 

JUDITH ELLEN KRAMER 



MOTHER, JESSE, DAVID and LENNY 

GRANDPA STERMAN 

GRANDMOTHER KRAMER 

STERMAN FAMILY FOUNDATION 



SEMEL & SONS SELF-SERVICE MARKET 

40 1 3 - 1 3+h Avenue Brooklyn, N. Y. 

GEdney 8-9464 




The Very Best of Luck to Our One and Only 

MYRA 

AND ALL HER FRIENDS 



Mother and Dad 

Grandma and Grandpa Nelson 

Aunt Ann, Uncle Joe and Cousin Norman Weinstock 

Ann, Morris, Eileen, Brian and Linda Benenfeld 

Yeshiva University Women's Organization, Brooklyn Division 

Mrs. Abraham S. Bursky, President 

Mr. and Mrs. Brisman 

Boro Fuel Oil Co., 2 Church Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



She studied a little (just for a show) 
That's if she wasn't sleeping. 
Collected yearbook ads aj7d dough 
Until the pile was heaping. 

Now it's over, she can gloat 
She feels she vmst give thanks 
To teachers, viorivi and morot, 
The good ones and the cranks. 

Greetings to the graduates 
and love to Chani, by gosh, 
Front a couple of her favorites 
Aunt Helen, Uncle Josh. 

The Koenigsbergs and Preros send 
Their love to their granddaughter, 
With wishes that she ascend 
T'all the heights she "aughter." 

Detroit calls her its very own 
It sends regards galore, 
From Evelyn and David Cohen 
And very many 7nore. 

Fro?n Jerry and Bernice as well 
The Kellma?is, that's to say. 
From Goldmans, Jacob and Estelle, 
And Berrises, Dave and Mae. 

To high school Chani bids adieu 
It was sane but also ?nad. 
Usually she's glad she's through 
But so?neti7nes she is sad. 



A J. P. 




Congratulations and Best Wishes for the Future. 
To 

Marilyn 

With all our love 

Mother Uncle Ralph 

Dad Aunt Betty 

Harvey Uncle Joe 

Eddie Nussie 

Aunt Edna Yona 



Congratulations to 

Sandra 

and our very best wishes for success and happiness 

Mother, Dad and Aunt Ida 

Ira and Lenny 

Aunt Edith, Uncle Ben and David 

Aunt Sylvia and Uncle Hank 

Say and Deanne 

Nadlers Meat Market — 559 Blake Avenue 

Mannings Hosiery 
Citrin Furniture Co. — 485 Sutter Avenue 



And all iny days are trances, 
And all my Tiightly dreams . 



Mazel Tov to Our Granddaughter and Niece 

Claire (Kraindy) Schaffer 

from 

Baba and Zaida Baba Peshe 

Uncle Bernie & Aunt Elaine Aunt Zipri & Aunt Libby 

Uncle Pinchus & Aunt Bayla Uncle Julius & Aunt Esther 

Uncle Benjy & Aunt Sylvia Uncle Joe & Aunt Sarah 

Aunt Anne Uncle Dave & Aunt Addle 

and 
All The Cousins 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

Golda Reena 

AND HER CLASSMATES 
on Occasion of Their Graduation 

MR. & MRS. MEYER A. SHATZ 
DAVID and HOWARD 



Are ivhere thy gay eye glances, 
And ivhere thy footstep gleams. 



WITH ALL OUR LOVE AND BEST WISHES TO OUR DAUGHTER 

HARRIET 

MR. and MRS. H. GOLDBERG 
MOM and DAD 

A SALUTE TO A DISTINGUISHED GRADUATE 

ALICE SAVITSKY 

MR. and MRS. N. SAVITSKY 

MR. and MRS. IRVING S. HOROWITZ 

MR. and MRS. SOL LOUIS 

MR. and MRS. NAT ZUCKERBROT 

MR. and MRS. HARRY SILBER 

MR. and MRS. HARRY ABRAMOWITZ 

NAT ROSENBERG 






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CONGRATULATIONS 


AAAZEL TOV AND BEST WISHES TO 


EDYTHE 


EDYTHE 


DAVE SURASKY-YALE NECKWEAR CO. 


UPON HER GRADUATION 


FUK'S KOSHER CATERERS 


MEYER ETKIND, M.D. 


JOSEPH COHN AND SON, INC. 


AARON R. HERTZ, D.D.S. 
DR. LOUIS WHITE 


MR. and MRS. H. WELLER 


NATHAN SHEPATIN, Attorney 


FLANNIGAN AMBUUNCE SERVICE 


CHARLES G. ALBOM, Attorney 


New Haven, Conn. 





Best Wishes to 
OUR GRANDDAUGHTER 

SHIRLEY 

from 

MR. & MRS. E. FINK 
MR. & MRS. I. EICHLER 



Best Wishes to 



THE GRADUATING CLASS 



from 



A FRIEND OF 



RACHEL FREEMAN 



Congratulations to 
OUR DAUGHTER AND SISTER 

SHIRLEY 

MR. & MRS. D. FINK 

AVRUM, JACOB, JOSHUA, 

MOSHE and SHLOMO 



Honor 
of 



RACHEL FREEMAN 



Congratulations to 



SANDRA 



UPON HER GRADUATION 



MOTHER & DAD 

BENNETT, LILA 

FRANCES and CALVIN 



to 



JUDY GREENFIELD 



from 



Mr. & Mrs. MAX SCHREIBER 
Newark, New Jersey 



With Love and Best Wishes 
to our 

LAURIE SUE 



ELLEN, JUDY, ELLIOT, 
VIVIAN and TERRY 



Congratulations 
To 

CAROL HERSHCOPF 




To 



JUDY 



HONOR OF HER GRADUATION 



Mr. & Mrs. ELI KLEIN 
Charles and David 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
To Our Daughter 

PHYLLIS 

ON HER GRADUATION 



MOM, DAD 
HELENE and NAOMI 



Congratulations to 



CHAVA LIEBER 



MOORE BROTHERS 
WHOLESALE MEATS, INC. 

1209 Utica Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



To 

SUSAN 

"For Her Worth Is Far 
Above Corals" 



RABBI & MRS. ISRAEL NOBEL 
CAROLE-BETH and DEBORA 



A dream itself is but a shadow 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 

CAROL PALLANT 

from 

UNCLE SAM and AUNT HELEN 

BEVERLY, JANEY and 
ANDREW FORRAY 

ARTHUR, FLORENCE, TONI & ERIC 
FINGERHUT 



Congratulations to 

JUDITH 

UPON HER GRADUATION 

MOM & DAD 
MARSHA & BUBBY 



A 

FRIEND 
OF 



BETTY SACHS 



Congratulations to 

JUDY 

UPON HER GRADUATION 

DAD, MOM and MENACHEM 

THE INTRATUS 

THE MEYNARSKIS 



. And do we not live in a dream? 



Congratulations, Mazel, 
Brucha and Hatzlachah 

TO OUR NIECE AND COUSIN 

HENNIE 
VERSCHLEISSER 

UPON HER GRADUATION 

AUNT BETTY, UNCLE FRED, 
COUSIN BRENDA 

Tokyo, Japan 



Greetings and Congratulations to 

BETH WARSHAW 

AND HER FELLOW GRADUATES 



GAFCO, INC. 

145 West 30th Street 

New York, No Y. 



Congratulations to OUR NIECE 

BETH WARSHAW 

MR. & MRS. LOUIS WALD 

MR. & MRS. MILTON WARSHAW 

MRS. MIRIAM DAGAN 

MR. & MRS. LOUIS ABAMOWITZ 

WARSHAWSKY FAMILY CIRCLE 
Milton Warshaw, Pres. 



Good luck to 

ESTA 

AND HER SISTER GRADUATES 

MR. & MRS. CHARLES KLUGHAUPT 

MR. & MRS. S. GARTENBERG 

MR. & MRS. PHILIP BERGER 

MR. & MRS. HYMAN SHIOWITZ 



Compliments of 

LORSTAN STUDIOS 

YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHERS 



364 FULTON STREET 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

CHERYL 

from 

MOM & DAD 

ELLIOT & HOWARD 

GRANDMA & GRANDPA SPERING 

THE GINSBERGS 

THE MANDELS 




Congratulations to 

EDYTHE 

CONVERSE-CARLISLE CO. 

15 Armory Street 
Springfield 3, Mass. 

To Our Darling Daughter 

SIVIA 

With best Wishes for 
Success and Happiness Always 

Love 

MOM and DAD 

To Our Darling Daughter 

SIVIA 

Best Wishes and Congratulations 
On Your Graduation 

Love 

LARRY, HOWARD and MYRIL 



CongratulaMons to 

BEVERLY 

/n Honor of Her Graduation 

COUSINS EVE, MORRIS, 
ROBERT and STUART 



May the Almighty grant 
my loving granddaughter 

SARA RIFKA 

long life, good health and happiness 

ISADORE J. BROYDE 

Congratluations to 

EDYTHE 

THE ELM CITY 
PLUMBING SUPPLY CO. 

165 BREWERY STREET 
New Haven 11, Connecticut 



Congratulations to 

EDYTHE 

ELM SALES CO., INC. 

IMPORTERS 

100 WEST STREET 
New Haven, Connecticut 



Best Wishes to 



NINA BRESLER 



ROSE & IRVING WEINSTEIN 



"MIGDAL" and "HAOLAM" finest KOSHER cheese 

and 
"MIGDAL" Kosher Pareve UNSALTED Margarine 

Always . . , 

The MOST REUABLB in KASHRUTH . . . 
The VERY BEST in QUALITY . . . 

WORLD CHEESE CO., INC. 

WA 5-8855, 8856 NEW YORK 



Congratluations to 

EDYTHE 
A. A. SETTE AND SON 

CHIMNEY CONTRACTORS 

449 NORTON PARKWAY 
New Haven, Connecticut 



Congratulations to 

EDYTHE 

ZUNDELL HARDWARE CO. 



770 MAIN STREET 
Springfield, Massachusetts 



Congratulafions to 

EDYTHE 

MAX OKUN FURNITURE CO., INC. 

1935 MAIN STREET 
Springfield, Mcssaciiusetts 

Best Wishes to 

RACHEL FREEMAN 
MR. & MRS. MANFRED H. MEYER 

Mazel Tov to Our 

AUNTIE RACHEL 

from 

NAOMI MICHAEL ESTHER FREEMAN 

JACOB MICHAEL ELIYAHU FREEMAN 

DANIEL MICHAEL JACOB FREEMAN 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
To Our Dear Daughter and Sister 



SANDRA GELLIS 



MiAY YOU ALWAYS BE HAPPY AND HEALTHY 



Mommy, Daddy, Debby, Rozy & Aaron 



Congratulations to 

EDYTHE 

LIPMAN MOTORS, INC. 

450 HOMESTEAD AVENUE 
Hartford, Connecticut 



Greetings 



To Our Cousin 



RACHEL S. FREEMAN 



KEDEM KOSHER WINES 

Best in Quality and High in Kasrulh 

WINES, GRAPE JUICE, 
EGG NOG, WISHNA, CHERRY 



Compliments of 

USHER PRESS 

89 SEVENTH AVENUE 
New York 11, N. Y. 




To 
SANDRA GOLD 

Compliments of 

LEBOWITZ 
PINEVIEW HOTEL 

FAUSBERG, N. Y. 



Best Wishes to 

RENEE 

ON HER GRADUATION 

ELAINE, HY and CHAYA 
ZEVI and SHELLY 



Mazel Tov to Our Dear 

JUDY 

UPON HER GRADUATION 



MR. & MRS. GROSSMAN 
and SUSAN 

Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
To Our Daughter and Sister 

TOBY 

May we share many simchas with he 

LEO & IDA HILSONRAD 
AVROHOM and SUE 



Mr. Sklar Wishes 
MARILYN GINSBERG 

THE BEST OF LUCK 
ON HER GRADUATION 



Congratulations to 

CHAYA GOODMAN 

from her 

MOTHER, FATHER & BROTHER 

Congratulations to Our Daughter 

MIRIAM 

MR. & MRS. LOUIS LANDESMAN 

Compliments to 

NETTIE KLEMPNER 

BERNSON SILK MILLS, INC. 

444 PARK AVENUE SOUTH 
New York, N. Y. 



Were you real . . . 






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LOUIS SINGER 
Prime Meats and Poultry 

380 KINGSTON AVENUE 
Brooklyn 25, N. Y. 

SLocum 6-4757 SLocum 6-1093 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 
CHAVA LIEBER 

BORUS BROS. PAPER CO., INC. 

50 Lawrence Avenue 
TR MOOO Brooklyn, N. Y. 



LOUIS ZASLAV AND SONS 

Distributors of 
Plumbing & Heating Supplies 

1731 PITKIN AVENUE 
Brooklyn 12, N. Y. 

HY 8-7010 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 
OUR DAUGHTER 

TZIPI 

ON HER GRADUATION 
MR. & MRS. NATHAN MARK 

MAZEL TOV TO 
CHAVA LIEBER 

HEIDES MEAT COMPANY 

Wholesale Dealer in Beef, Veal, Lamb 

310 JOHNSON AVENUE 
HY 7-1141 Brooklyn 6, N. Y. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 
CHAVA LIEBER 

GOLDEN POULTRY CO., INC. 

1310 Utica Avenue 
Brooklyn 3, N. Y. 



. Or a dream that I dreamed? 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to Our Sister 

TZIPPI 

ON HER GRADUATION 

BOBBY, ESTHER & SAMMY 

Congratulations to Our Niece 

SARAH 

MORGENSTERN BROTHERS 



R/O PHARMACY, INC. 
3839 BROADWAY, Cor. of 16th Street 
New York City 



Maze! Tov to 



SARAH 



ON HER GRADUATION 



MOMMY, DADDY & RENEE 



Mozel Tov and Best Wishes to 



JUDI MINCHENBERG 



ZAIDA 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 
Our Daughter and Sister 

SHARYN 

RABBI & MRS. CHAIM MESKIN 

PEARL & ELIEZER 
BAHBE MINTZ & BAHBE MESKIN 



Success In All Your Endeavors 



SHARYN MESKIN 



YOUNG ISRAEL OF SUNNYSIDE 



Congratulations to Our Niece 



SARAH 



DR. & MRS. FISCHEL 

73 ST. PAUL'S PLACE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Mazel Tov to 

JUDI MINCHENBERG 

Dad, Mother, Brother Morton, 

Uncle David, Aunt Gertie, 
Cousins Alex, Joel, and Jackie 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 



CAROL PALLANT 



MOTHER, DAD & BENNETT 



ASSOCIATED FOOD STORE 

Padawer & Steigmann, Inc. 

5501 NEW UTRECHT AVENUE 
Brooklyn 19, N. Y. 



To 

RITA 

Congratulations and Best Wishes 

SAM LIGHT GROCERY 

1037'/2 NOSTRAND AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Mazel Tov to Our 

BETTY 

UPON HER GRADUATION 

MR. & MRS. JOSEPH R. SACHS 
and CAROL 



Our Sincerest Mazel Tov 
To Our Darling 

BRUCHI 

MOM, DAD, MOTTY, & CHEVI 

To 

RITA 

Maze! Tov and Good Wishes 

H. & S. SILVERSTEIN 

"Kosher Butchers" 



RITA 



Good Luck and Best Wishe 



BLAKE LAUNDRY, INC. 



Lots of Luck to 

BETTY R. SACHS 

MR. & MRS. JOSEPH H. WARBURG 
JOE & ILSE 




ETHEL SHAPIRO 

KORNEL HARDWARE STORE 

1467 BROADWAY 
Brooklyn, N. /. 



Dear MARION, 

MAY YOUR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION BRING 
YOU ONE STEP CLOSER TO THE TOP OF THE 
LADDER OF HEALTH AND HAPPINESS. 

COUSINS DAVE & EVA 



The Very Best of Luck to 

SHARON 

UPON HER GRADUATION 

MOM, DAD, GRANDMOTHER, 
ARNOLD and SYLVIA 



Best Wishes, Good Luck 

and Happiness Always 

To Our Dearly Beloved Neice 

"HENNIE" 



Mazel Tov to Our Daughter and Sister 

HARRIET 

Dad, Mom, Joyce, 
Sheila and Stan, 
Roberta and Mel 



To 

MARION STERN 

A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE 

COUSINS LILLIAN & PAUL TYBER 



RUDY TEPEL 
AND HIS ORCHESTRA 



2169 -74th STREET 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Compliments of 

MR. & MRS. LEO FREIBERGER 

Congratulations to 

HENNIE 

UPON HER GRADUATION 



Congratulations to 

HENNIE VERSCHLEISSER 

FROM A FRIEND 



ABRAHAM BLAU 

BUU'S MEMORIAL CHAPEL 

Funeral Directors 

410 GRAND STREET 
New York, N. Y. 

CHAPELS AVAILABLE IN ALL BOROUGHS 
ORegon 4-2220 



Best Wishes and Lots of Luck to 

THE GRADUATES 

ABRAHAM MAZER FAMILY FUND 



Best Wishes to 

CHERYL ZEISEL 

DUBIN'S BAKERY 

1917 CHURCH AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Congratulations to 

BETH WARSHAW 

AND HER FELLOW GRADUATES 

YORKVILLE METAL PRODUCTS CO. 

627 GREENWICH STREET 
New York, N. Y. 



CH ANI 

MR. & MRS. J. M. WEISSMAN 
MENDY, HESHY & SANDY 



Mazel Tov and Hazlacha to Our Dearest 

CHERYL 

GRANDMA ZEISEL 
AUNT LAURA & UNCLE MURRAY 



In Honor of Our Lovely Niece 

SUSAN ZELINGER 

BERTHA & LEO ZELINGER 




In Honor of Our Lovely Niere 

SUSAN ZELINGER 

TOBY & JOE ZELINGER 



Congrofu/ofions /o 

DEBBY BEEBER 

LIPSHITZ KOSHER WINE 



RIVINGTON STREET 
New York City 



Congratulations and Best Wisties to 

THE SENIOR CLASS OF '61 

THE SENIOR COUNCIL 



SANDRA OFSINK, President 
JOAN BLIEFELD, Vice President 



BRUCHI ROKEACH 
BETTY SACHS 



MARION STERN 
ETHEL SHAPIRO 



Congratulations to 

THE GRADUATING CLASS 

MR. & MRS. JOHN SANTIAGO 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

GLADYS PEARL 

AND HER CLASSMATES 

MR. & MRS. JACOB ZWEIBEL 
SORA and DAVID 

Mazel Tov to 

DEBBY BEEBER 

S. Goldman— Otzar Hasefarim Inc. 

Importers and Publishers of Hebrew Books 
33 CANAL STREET 

)R 4-1707 New York 2, N. Y. 



Mazel Tov to 

EVA 

MOM, DAD, HELGA & LENNY 



To MRS. BITTON 

In Appreciation of Your Sympathetic Attitude 
and Interest. 

May You Always Hove Health & Happiness. 



Congratulations to 

ETHEL WURTZEL 

Compliments of HEGEMAN FARM CORP. 



The night is full of the crying 
Of dreams that will not die . . 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

SHARON 

KINOR DAVID ORTHODOX KOSHER 
MEAT, POULTRY & PROVISION CORP. 

MAZEL TOV TO 

SHARON 

from her 

AUNTS, UNCLES and COUSINS 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

MARION 

WITH WISHES THAT SHE SUCCEED 
IN HER FUTURE ENDEAVORS 

LEIBI 

To 

MARION STERN 

B'HATZLACHAH 

MR. & MRS. WEIDEN 

LEDERMAN PHARMACY, INC. 

Prescription Specialists 

48 WEST FORDHAM ROAD 
Bronx, New York 

MAZEL TOV BRACHA V'HATZLACHAH 

MARION STERN 

May you be blessed by G-d in your studies 

and may your parents derive much "nachas" 

from you. 

RABBI SHLOMO ZWEIGENHAFT 

and Family 
MAZEL TOV TO OUR 

MARION 

MOM, DAD, GARY, SANDRA & SUSAN 



To 

ARLENE SPEISER 

Compliments of 

LINDEN LITHO 



IN HONOR 
OF A WONDERFUL GRADUATE 

ARLENE SPEISER 

RABBI & MRS. MOSHE WEISS 
and Family of Camp Aishel 

MAZEL TOV & BEST WISHES TO 
OUR DAUGHTER AND SISTER 

JOAN 

MR. & MRS. MAX SMITH and NORA 

SAM SCHOTTENFELD 

Contractors 

329 KNICKERBOCKER AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

ABRAHAM PHILIPS & SONS, INC. 

Manufacturers of TOP TOWN Cloths 

44 EAST BROADWAY 
CAnal 6-7707-8-9 New York 2, N. Y. 



GOLDRICH BROS. FURS, INC. 

46 EAST BROADWAY 
New York 2, N. Y. 



BROD AND GOLDSHMIDT 

Glatt Kosher Butcher 

526 EMPIRE BOULEVARD 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

MAZEL TOV TO MY SISTER 

JUDY 

UPON HER GRADUATION 

Love, HESHE SEIF 

A Friend of 
BETTY SACHS 



. . . Deathless and time defying- 
Dreams that will not die. 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

ROBY ROSENTHAL 
MAUZONNE CATERERS 

CORNER OF 16th AVE. & 49th ST. 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

A Friend of 
ROBY ROSENTHAL 



TO OUR DARLING DAUGHTER 

RITA 

MAZEL TOV, BRUCHA & HATZLACHA 

With love and good wishes for 
your success in the future 

Love, MOTHER & DAD 



To 

RITA 

CONGRATULATIONS & BEST WISHES 

Compliments of 

LITTMAN BEDSPREAD CO. 



MAZEL TOV TO OUR COUSIN 

BRUCHI 

BORUCH, AVRUAAI, SURI & NACHUM 

MAZEL TOV TO 

BRUCHI 

CHASKEL'S POULTRY & BARBECUE 

1312 55th STREET 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

To 

BRUCHI & GLADYS 

"V'CHAVER TOV OLEH AL KULOM" 

LUCK ALWAYS 

"THE ARISTOCRATS OF 

KOSHER CATERING" 

TENNENBAUM CATERERS 

BROADWAY CENTRAL HOTEL 
Little Hungary 



BEST WISHES TO 

CAROL PRALLANT 

From a Friend 



TO MY FRIENDS 

SANDY, CHAVY and BINK 

BEST OF LUCK ON GRADUATION— 
AND ALWAYS! 

MYRELL 



ECONOMY M'DSE COMPANY 

CHILDREN'S WEAR 

OBERMEISTER BROTHERS 

86 ORCHARD STREET 
New York City 

MAZEL TOV TO 

CHAVIE 

UPON HER GRADUATION 

Love, MALA, YAAKOV & CHAYALA 

To 

PHYLLIS MONDERER 

CONGRATULATIONS ON 
YOUR GRADUATION 

A Friend 

'KOL TOV" THE BEST OF EVERYTHING 
to 

JUDI MINCHENBERG 

UPON HER GRADUATION 

AUNT BERTHA & UNCLE MAX 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

JUDI MINCHENBERG 

UPON HER GRADUATION 



From a Friend of 
TZIPI MARK 



CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR NIECE 

MIRIAM LUNDNER 

THE PINSKERS 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

MIRIAM LUNDNER 

from 

MOM, DAD & LEROY 

BEST WISHES TO 

CHAVA LIEBER 

KERSHNAR BROS. POULTRY CORP. 

1351 39th STREET 
Brooklyn 18, N. Y. 

MAZEL TOY TO OUR DAUGHTER 

CHAVA 

MR. & MRS. LIEBER, GRANDMOTHER, 
MEYER and RACHEL 

To 

BINA LEVOVITZ 

Compliments of 

MAUZONE KOSHER POULTRY, INC. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

MR. & MRS. JOSEPH MANDEL 

IN HONOR OF THEIR NIECE 

MIRIAM LANDESMAN 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

MR. & MRS. SAM LANDESMAN 

IN HONOR OF THEIR GRANDDAUGHTER 

MISS MIRIAM LANDESMAN 

BEST WISHES TO 
MY GRANDDAUGHTER 

FLORENCE KRIEGER 

ANNA DAUBER 



HY'S STRICTLY KOSHER 
MEAT AND POULTRY 

5309 13th AVENUE 
ULster 1-7364 Brooklyn, N. Y. 

BEST WISHES TO 

ALL CENTRAL STUDENTS 

WE LOVE THEM 

MR. & MRS. L E. BERLIN and SONS 

CONGRATULATIONS 
TO OUR DAUGHTER 

NETTIE 

UPON HER GRADUATION 

MOTHER, DAD & JUDY 

BEST WISHES TO 

NETTIE KLEMPNER 

DURAWOOL, INC. 

TEDDY ISSERLES 

Strictly Kosher 

Meat and Poultry Market 

2744 BROADWAY 
New York City 

KEY FOOD STORE 

Everything Under One Roof 

81 WEST 104th STREET 
New York City 

CONGRATULATIONS & BEST WISHES 
to 

MIRIAM 

AND HER FELLOW GRADUATES 
from 

MR. & MRS. EMIL KATZ and HENRY 

MAZEL TOV AND BEST WISHES 
TO OUR NIECE 

TOBY HILSENRAD 

UNCLE SID & AUNT LIL GOODSTEIN 
KAREN and RANDl 




CONGRATULATIONS & BEST WISHES 
TO OUR NIECE 

TOBY HILSENRAD 

LOUIS & CEIL ISAACSON 

IN HONOR OF 
OUR BELOVED GRANDDAUGHTER 

TOBY HILSENRAD 

GRANDMA & GRANDPA WHITMAN 

GOOD LUCK TO 

JUDY GROSSMAN 

from 

ROTH'S KOSHER BUTCHER 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

JUDY GROSSMAN 

from 

DR. ESKIND 

BEST WISHES TO 

JUDY GROSSMAN 

from 

JACK KAPLAN 

Representative of 
Hance Bros. & White Co., Phila., Pa. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

JUDY GROSSMAN 

ON HER GRADUATION 

RELIANCE DRUGS 

BEST WISHES TO 

JUDY GROSSMAN 

UPON HER GRADUATION 

HENRY DENNIS 



LOTS OF LUCK TO 

JUDY 

MR. & MRS. MORRIS SCHEINBERG 



BEST WISHES TO 

JUDY 

from 

MOM, LARRY & RUTH 



BEST WISHES TO 

JUDY 

from 

AUNT LILY & UNCLE BERNARD 

MAZEL TOV TO 

CHAYA GOODMAN 

from 

Fieischmann-Heymann & Co., Inc. 

1530 ST. NICHOLAS AVENUE 
New York City 

IKE & JOE FRUIT STORE 

1484 ST. NICHOLAS AVENUE 
New York City 

Dearest SUSAN 

MAZEL TOV 
from 

MOM, DAD & SAUL! 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

HARRIET GOLDBERG 

from 

MRS. A. GORDON 
Dear PHYLLIS 

BEST WISHES FOR THE FUTURE 

MOM, DAD, CHANA, MALKE & PAUL 
CAPITOL FUEL OIL CORP. 

1514 43rd STREET 
WISHES 

MARILYN GINSBERG 

BEST OF LUCK 



In Memory of 
JACK SCHAFFEL 



A Friend of 
SANDY GELLIS 



CONGRATULATIONS 
TO OUR DAUGHTER 

EDNA 

AND HER FRIENDS 

MR. 8. MRS. JOSEPH ENGELSRATH 

BEST \nSHES TO 

MIRIAM 

ON HER GR-^UATION 
from lier family 

THE FELDS 

aUZEL TOY TO OUR DAUGHTER 

HARRIET 

LTPON HER GRADUATION 

MOTHER, DAD & SISTER GLORIA 

CONGR.\TULATIONS & BEST WISHES 
to 

JUDY FRIEDMAN 

from 

THE ZELEFSKY FAMILY 

BEST \nSHES TO OUR DAUGHTER 

JUDY FRIEDMAN 

from 

HER PARENTS 

BEST WISHES TO 

ANN M. GABLE 

ON HER GRADUATION 

Selden Pulik & Kullman Insurance 

3 EAST 40th STREET. NE^" YORK CITY 
BEST •RTSHES TO 

ANN GABEL 

ON HER GRADUATION 

P. GROSSMAN & SONS 

23 COOK STREET, BROOKLYN, N. Y. 



RABBI LEONARD H. POLONSKY 

Staff Mohel 

LONG BEACH INIE^IORIAL HOSPITAL 
PR 1-9294 

B. & G. APPETIZING STORE 

4217 CHURCH AYENUE 
Brookh-n. N. Y. 



A Friend of 


LINDA GERSHKOWITZ 


To 


LINDA 


from 


A FRIEND 



HARRY'S LUNCHEONETTE 

■«TSHES 

MARILYN GINSBERG 

BEST OF LUCK 
BEST WISHES TO 

MARILYN GINSBERG 

ON HER GRADUATION 

Her Cousins 

MARCIA, HYE & BARBARA 

IN HONOR OF 

HEDY GOTTESFELD 

from 

LEO FRICHMAN 

UPON HER GRADUATION 




BEST OF LUCK & HATZLACHA RABBA 
TO MY GRANDDAUGHTER 

SARA RIFKA 

from 

GHANA GOLDE DISKIND 

BRACHA VHATZLACHA 
TO OUR DEAR NIECE 

SARA RIFKA BROYDE 

UNCLE SHEPIE & AUNT ELEANOR 

CONGRATULATIONS 

Friends of 
SARA RIFKA BROYDE 

BEST WISHES TO 

SRIF BROYDE 

SIDNEY & TOBY ZUPNICK 

HEARTIEST CONGRATULATIONS 
AND BEST WISHES TO 

PAULA CAPLOW 

from 

MOTHER, DAD & BILL 

CONGRATULATIONS & BEST WISHES TO 

PAULA CAPLOW 

from 

MR. & MRS. JOS. ROBINSON 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
COMPLIMENTS OF 

MADISON SQUARE PHARMACY 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

MORGENBESSER BUTCHER STORE 

383 TROY AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



BEST WISHES TO 

GLORIA COHEN 

UPON HER GRADUATION 

RAYMOND & MATILDA MALKIN 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

GLORIA COHEN 

ANGELO CASAMASSINA 

Advance Trucking 

3736 MATHEWS AVE. OL 34722 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

EDYTHE 

RUDNICK AND SONS, INC. 

537 CONGRESS AVENUE 
New Haven 11, Connecticut 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

EDYTHE 

Compliments of 

ARTHUR LEWIS 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

EDYTHE 

J. GOLDBERG & SONS 

523-529 STATE STREET 
New Haven, Connecticut 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

EDYTHE 

N. H. Metal & Htg. Supply Co., Inc. 

Plumbing. Heating and Roofing Supplies 

465 CONGRESS AVENUE 

New Haven, Connecticut 

DEDICATED TO 
THE MEMORY OF 

HERBERT BATT 



IN MEMORY OF 

WILLIAM S. LEVINE 



Some iinist work luloen tfoe morn sun 

rises, 
Some must toil wloen the noonday 

beams . . . 



TO OUR DARLING 
AND BELOVED GRANDDAUGHTER 

SIVIA ESTHER 

with best wishes for future happiness 

BABA & ZIEDA NEMETSKl 

SOL MAUTNER 

Kosher Meat 

1524 WESTCHESTER AVENUE 
Bronx 72, New York 

GRanite 4-9552 
Catering for all occasions — Open all year 

WASHINGTON HOTEL 

124-05 ROCKAWAY BEACH BLVD. 

Rockaway, N. Y. 

B. Levin, Management 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

DEBBY BEEBER 

from 

LEO'S FISH MARKET 

5211 13th AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

MAZEL TOV 

TO THE HEBREW VALEDICTORIAN, 

OUR DAUGHTER 

DEBBY 

MR. & MRS. MAX BEEBER 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

DEBBY BEEBER 

Goodman Bros. & Stamler, Inc. 

Furriers 

242 W. 30th ST. CH 4-5920—5982 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

DEBBY BEEBER 

from 

Made-Rite Sportswear Co., Inc. 

462 SEVENTH AVENUE 
LO 4-5327 New York 18, N. Y. 

BEST WISHES TO 

DEBBY BEEBER 

from 

CH. DEMBITZER 

Discount House 

29 CANAL STREET 

AL 4-1310 New York City 



MAZEL TOV TO OUR NIECE 

BEVERLY 

ON HER GRADUATION 

May this be one of many simchas 

we shall share with her 

AUNT SOPHIE, UNCLE MILTON, 

SHARON and ABIGAIL 

BEST WISHES TO 

NINA 

MOM, DAD & PAIL 



BEST WISHES TO 

SARA RIFKA BROYDE 



BEST WISHES 
TO OUR LOVELY NIECE 

SARA RIFKA BROYDE 

RABBI & MRS. ZALMAN DISKIND 

Trenton, N. Y. 
CONGRATULATIONS TO 

SRIF BROYDE 

UNCLE YUDI, AUNT SHIRLEY 
and Family 

WITH LOVE AND DEVOTION 
TO OUR DARLING DAUGHTER & SISTER 

SARA RIFKA 

Gedalia and Lea Maike Broyde 
Tzvi Yaakov, Dov Aviezer & Pesach 

DEBBY BEEBER 

from 

LAMM'S BUTCHER SHOP 

76 LEE AVENUE 
Brooklyn 11, N. Y. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

DAGIM TAHORIM CO. 

1644 52nd STREET 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



. . . But when night falls and the sop 

wind breezes, 
Every man is a king of dreams. 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

DEBBY BEEBER 

from. 

LEO'S FISH MARKET 

5211 13th AVENUE, BROOKLYN, N. Y. 
IN 9-7900 

FLATBUSH DISCOUNT CITY 

CHURCH & BEDFORD AVENUES 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

One Stop Discount Department Store 

In Loving Memory of My Beloved 

Father 

MORRIS GREENFIELD 

MIMI MISHKOFF 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

ESTA WEINREB 

ON HER GRADUATION 

MR. & MRS. JOSEPH KLEIN & Family 

BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY FUTURE 
MAZEL TOV TO 

HENNIE 

UNCLE MANNY, AUNT RUTH 
and Family 



TLAMUDIC RECORDS— "BASKOL" 

Translated and Explained in 

English and Yiddish 

By RABBI PINCHAS M. TEITZ 

330 ELMORA AVE., ELIZABETH, N. J. 

FOR ALL YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLIES 
AT CHEAP PRICES & FOR PRIZES TOO 

SHOP AT EDDIE'S 

CHURCH & SNYDER AVENUES 
CONGRATULATIONS TO 

SHARON 

LA MAR'S HAIR STYLISTS 

4809 13th AVE., BROOKLYN, N. Y. 
ULster 4-4665-6 

To 

SHARON 

M. S. WINTER FURS 

150 WEST 30th STREET 
New York 1, N. Y. 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

SHARON 

RIVERDALE MILK, INC. 

105-14 156 STREET 



AXtel 1-8505 



Jamaica 33, N. Y. 



MAZEL TOV & HAZTLACA RABA 
TO OUR NIECE ND COUSIN 

HENNIE 

UNCLE FISHEL, AUNT RUTH, 
AVI, SORA and YAAKOV 



L^ompiimentd of^ 



A/laizse Tailors 

Dr. Harry Sherman 

Rubinson's Pharmacy 

Mozel Tov! 

Mr. & Mrs. Alex Feldman 

Dr. Sidney J. Finkelstein 

Schwartz Bakery 

Ralph 0. Kaminsky 

Kay Drug Co. 

Sam's Beauty Salon 

Mocabe Fruit Market 

Mrs. B. Brumer 

Mr. Max Ashenberg 

Kurtz & Schnall Pharmacy 

Emanuel Schechter 

Harry and Issee Fruit Market 

Harold Plofsky 

Strouss's Bakery 



Mr. Speigel 
Leo's Fish Store 
Hochberg Brothers 
Boro Park Hebrew Book Store 
Kaplan's Fish Store 
Jack Licht 

Dave's Famous Fruit 
& Vegetable Store 
Sam's Grocery 
Julie's Shoe Store 
Jack's Quality Fruits & Vegetables 
Mr. B. Lorimer 
Mr. & Mrs. Olshen 
Mr. & Mrs. Pinsker 
Stanley's Fruit Store 
De-Mil Sport Shop 
Sara & Esther Morgenstern 
Fannie Morgenstern 




Laugh at my dream, my dearest; 
Laugh, and I repeat anew 
That I still believe in man 
As 1 still believe in you. 

For my dream is not yet sold 
To the golden calf of scorn, 
And I still believe in man 
And the spirit in him bom. 

Let the time be dark with hatred, 
I dream of years beyond, 
When love shall bind all people 
In e\erlastmg- bond. 




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Student Directory 

(NOTE: Unless otherwise indicated, our students reside in Brooldyn, N. Y.) 



Adams, Sivia 

680 West End Avenue 

New York, N. Y. 

Baron, Evelyn 
1051 Elder Avenue 
Bronx, N. Y. 

Beeber, Deborah 
4901 18th Avenue 

Bertiger, Beverly 
197 Glenwood Road 
Elizabeth, N. Y. 

Bleifeld, Joan 

719 Montgomery St. 

Bresler, Nina 
3130 Brighton 6 St. 

Broyde, Sheila 
1658 54 Street 

Burstein, Alice 

947 Montgomery St. 

Caplow, Paula 

947 Montgomery St. 

Cohen, Gloria 
675 Empire Blvd. 

Dorf, Deborah 
163 Rodney St. 

DuBroA\', Edythe 
28 Lake Place 
New Haven, Conn. 

Elbinger, Regina 
853 Empire Blvd. 

Engelsrath, Edna 
505 W. 183 Street 
New York, N. Y. 



Feld, iVIiriam 
1067 Carroll Street 

Felman, Shevi 

294 Parkside Avenue 

Fink, Shirley 

c/o David Elliot Poultry Farm 

R.D. #3, Lake Ariel, Penna. 

Fisch, Freyda 
1571 Sterling PI. 

Freeman, Rachel 
251 W. 87th St. 
New York, N. Y. 

Friedler, Harriet 
1016 50th St. 

Friedman, Judy 
c/o Zachar 
89 Thayer St. 
New York, N. Y. 

Fuchs, Miriam 
1367 46th St, 

Gabel, Ann 

780 St. Marks Ave. 

Geisler, Marilyn 
1030 VVilmohr St. 

Gellis, Sandra 
170 E. 43 St. 

Gershkowitz, Linda 
1825 E. 26 Street 

Ginsberg, Marilyn 
1560 55th St. 

Ginsburg, Phyllis 
316 E. 48 th St. 

Gold, Sandra 
1213 45th St. 



Goldberg, Harriet 
229 Bowers St. 
Jersey City, N. J. 

Goldstein, Laurie 
Blauvelt Rd. 
Monsey, N. Y. 

Goldstein, Susan 
1348 50th St. 

Golombeck, Renee 
397 Crown St. 

Goodman, Chaya 
600 VV. 186th St. 
New York, N. Y. 

Gottesfeld, Hedy 
182 South 9th St. 

Greenfield, Judy 
1450 49th St. 

Grossman, Judy 

97 Brooklyn Avenue 

Hershcopf, Carol 
1671 E. 7th St. 

Hilsenrad, Toby 
40 Lincoln Rd. 

Katz, Aliriam 
77 W. 104th St. 
New York, N. Y. 

Klein, Judy 
390 Crown St. 

Klempner, Nettie 
1106 Clarkson Ave. 

Kramer, Judith 
5117 11th Avenue 



Krieger, Florence 
1237 55th St. 

Landesman, Miriam 
718 Huey Street 
McKeesport, Penna. 

Levovitz, Bina 
613 Hendrix St. 

Lieber, Chava 
966 43rd Street 

Lundner, Miriam 
6801 Bay Parkway 

Mark, Sylvia 

1901 Ocean Avenue 

Meskin, Sharyn 
43-24 43rd Street 
Long Island City, N. Y. 

Mezei, Eva 

5105 17 th Avenue 

Minchenberg, Judy 
25 Johnson Avenue 
Newark, N. J. 

Monderer, Phyllis 
875 West End Avenue 
New York, N. Y. 

Morgenstem, Sarah 
401 E. 21 Street 

Nelson, Myra 
1672 55th Street 

Nobel, Susan 

1609 Meadow Lane 

East Meadow, L. L 

Obermeister, Chavie 
250 E. 93rd Street 

Ofsink, Sandra 

260 Snediker Avenue 



Pallant, Carol 

555 Bedford Avenue 

Prero, Chana 
17357 Ohio 
Detroit 21, Mich. 

Reitman, Diane 
1759 E. 3 1 St Street 

Rokeach, Barbara 
1327 55th Street 

Rosenberg, Rita 
320 Sterling Street 

Rosenthal, Rozelle 
1433 51st Street 

Rubin, Pearl 

1288 St. Johns Place 

Sachs, Betty 

44 Bennett Avenue 

New York, N. Y. 

Savitsky, Alice 

295 Montgomery Street 

Schaffer, Claire 
155 Ross Street 

Self, Judith 

507 Montgomery Street 

Seltzer, Judith 

376 Rockaway Parkway 

Shangold, Sandra 
2160 83rd Street 

Shapiro, Ethel 

612 Hegeman Avenue 

Shatz, Golda 

46 EUish Parkway 

Spring Valley, N, Y. 

Zwiebel, Gladys 

838 West End Avenue 

New York, N. Y. 



Siegel, Harriet 

643 Empire Boulevard 

Smith, Joan 

5016 12th Avenue 

Speiser, Arlene 
340 Crown Street 

Stern, Marion 
2405 Grand Avenue 
Bronx, N. Y. 

Taft, Sharon 
1143 53rd Street 

Teitz, Shulamith 
531 Chilton Street 
Elizabeth, N. J. 

Tisser, Judith 
5316 15th Avenue 

Verschleiser, Hennie 
1439 55th Street 

Warshaw, Beth 
1558 55th Street 

Weinreb, Esta 
1664 53rd Street 

Weissman, Chani 
748 Henry Road 
Far Rockaway, N. Y. 

Wurtzel, Ethel 

175 Eastern Parkway 

Zeisel, Cheryl 
Highview Road 
Monsey, N. Y. 

Zelinger, Susan 
5319 19th Avenue